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Bridging Gaps in Care: FQHCs Embrace Tech on the Front Lines

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Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) serve as lifelines for millions of underserved Americans, offering vital access to health care. Yet, the challenges of delivering efficient and effective care persist, especially when faced with complex patient needs and limited resources. However, an article in Healthleaders shares a new wave of technology is revolutionizing the way FQHCs operate, empowering them to bridge care gaps and enhance patient outcomes.

The article describes that the Kenosha Community Health Center in Wisconsin,  » Read more about: Bridging Gaps in Care: FQHCs Embrace Tech on the Front Lines  »

Navigating the Intersection of Nursing and Technology in Health Care

In the ever-evolving world of health care, technology is a game-changer in patient care. Nurses, consistently ranked as the most trusted professionals for the past two decades, now find themselves at the intersection of traditional care and cutting-edge technology.

Dusti Browning, vice president of growth and client solutions for Conduit Health Partners, recently talked about the importance of putting nurses at the forefront amidst evolving technology on the Healthcare Strategies podcast.

Technology’s Role and Human Connection:

Virtual care nursing and supplemental staff platforms give nurses the ability to care for patients remotely,  » Read more about: Navigating the Intersection of Nursing and Technology in Health Care  »

Paving the Way for Value-Based Care: The Role of Nurse Triage in Strengthening Payer- Provider Alliances

The healthcare industry is at a pivotal moment where stronger collaborations between payers and providers can yield significant benefits. The relationship between improved payer-provider collaboration and high-quality, affordable care is well-established. However, findings from the American Hospital Association (AHA) reveal variations in the development of true partnerships for value. One notable challenge is the historical distrust between payers and providers. Overcoming this hurdle is crucial for unlocking the full potential of collaborative efforts.

In an article with MedCity News,  » Read more about: Paving the Way for Value-Based Care: The Role of Nurse Triage in Strengthening Payer- Provider Alliances  »

Bridging Health Care Disparities: The Role of Nurse-First Triage in Rural Communities

For rural residents of America, the challenge of achieving health equity is glaringly evident. Imagine driving two hours through a mountain pass to be near a hospital when contractions begin, or having to travel hours for cancer trials and treatments. These are not isolated incidents but indicative of a broader issue where rural residents face significant health care disparities.

Celebrating Bruce Pauquette, RN Triage Specialist at Conduit Health Partners

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At Conduit Health Partners, we believe in celebrating the incredible individuals who contribute to our success. Let’s take a moment to shine a light on Bruce Pauquette, a valued member of the Conduit family for over two years. Bruce plays a crucial role as a RN triage specialist, lending a caring ear to patients from various walks of life.

As a triage nurse, Bruce does more than just answer calls—he provides care for patients with skill,  » Read more about: Celebrating Bruce Pauquette, RN Triage Specialist at Conduit Health Partners  »

Celebrating Kanita White, Transfer Center Access Coordinator at Conduit Health Partners

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At Conduit Health Partners, we believe in celebrating the incredible individuals who contribute to our success, and today, we are thrilled to shine the spotlight on Kanita White, transfer center access coordinator.

For over three years, Kanita has played a crucial role in our organization, facilitating the smooth transfer of patients between facilities. It’s a task she approaches with a quiet dedication that speaks volumes about her commitment to our shared mission.

Kanita’s journey in healthcare is not just a profession;  » Read more about: Celebrating Kanita White, Transfer Center Access Coordinator at Conduit Health Partners  »

Celebrating Ethan Bryant, Analytics and Reporting Team Manager at Conduit Health Partners

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At Conduit Health Partners, we believe in celebrating the incredible individuals who contribute to our success, and today, we are thrilled to shine the spotlight on Ethan Bryant, our exceptional Analytics and Reporting team manager.

Ethan joined the Conduit family two years ago, bringing with him a passion for problem-solving and a keen eye for data analysis. As the leader of the analytics and reporting team, Ethan and his team play a crucial role in collecting,  » Read more about: Celebrating Ethan Bryant, Analytics and Reporting Team Manager at Conduit Health Partners  »

Conduit President Explores the Role of Nurse Triage in Reducing Health Disparities

Cheryl Dalton-Norman, president of Conduit Health Partners, recently talked with Mark Hagland, editor-in-chief of Healthcare Innovation, to discuss social determinants of health and population health. In this fireside chat, “The Power of Nurse Triage to Reduce Health Disparities and Drive Proactive, Impactful Care,” Cheryl discussed how Conduit’s Nurse-First triage solutions can help reduce health care disparities.

Meet Barbara Channell, Triage Nurse & Navy Veteran

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In honor of Veterans Day, Conduit Health Partners is delighted to shine a spotlight on one of our extraordinary employees, Barbara Channell. Barbara not only brings her immense talent and dedication to our team as a triage nurse but also carries with her a wealth of experience and courage from her time serving in the Navy.

For almost four years, Barbara has been an integral part of our Conduit family, using her skills and expertise to triage incoming calls from providers,  » Read more about: Meet Barbara Channell, Triage Nurse & Navy Veteran  »

Redefining Access to Care: The Role and Benefits of After-Hours Triage Services

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At 3 a.m., a baby’s fever can worry a new mom or dad. So much so, they may consider a trip to the nearest emergency department (ED) entirely prudent.

The question is: Is it truly necessary?
With Conduit’s Health Partners’ Nurse-First Triage Services, the answer is just a quick phone call away. This value-driven service gives your patients, employees and members the assistance and support they need during those hours and days when their usual health care provider is unavailable.  » Read more about: Redefining Access to Care: The Role and Benefits of After-Hours Triage Services  »

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