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Aspects of Social Determinants of Health

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The conversation in health care is evolving from a focus on treating illnesses to a more holistic approach that considers the social determinants of health (SDoH). These determinants encompass various factors such as income, education, employment and access to resources, all of which significantly impact an individual’s overall health. In an interview with Healthcare IT Today, Cheryl Dalton-Norman, president of Conduit, shared how Conduit can make a difference in addressing these critical issues.  » Read more about: Aspects of Social Determinants of Health  »

Immediate Access to a Nurse After Hours with Conduit Health Partners

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Access to health care and medical assistance has become more critical than ever. People want to reach out to medical professionals even after regular business hours and health care organizations want to best serve their patients while managing costs. Cheryl Dalton-Norman, president of Conduit Health Partners, was featured on the Price of Business podcast discussing the significance of immediate access to a nurse after hours and how it can make a remarkable difference in health care.  » Read more about: Immediate Access to a Nurse After Hours with Conduit Health Partners  »

How a Nurse-First Triage Model Can Reduce Unnecessary ED and Urgent Care Visits

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In an article with PSQH, Dusti Browning, vice president, Growth and Client Solutions at Conduit, shares that already unsustainable care costs will rise yet another 5% or higher this year, not including the increase in premiums many organizations have experienced. To counter the impact, one out of five employers point to utilization control services, including nurse advice lines that can help steer employees to the right care in the right location,  » Read more about: How a Nurse-First Triage Model Can Reduce Unnecessary ED and Urgent Care Visits  »

CHRISTUS Health and Conduit Health Partners Expand Access to Care

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Collaboration with CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic brings after-hours nurse triage to CTC communities

CINCINNATI, Ohio and IRVING, TX (Oct. 9, 2023) — CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic, the medical provider group of CHRISTUS Health, is collaborating with Conduit Health Partners to bring after-hours telephonic nurse triage care to their patients through Conduit’s nurse-first model where callers have immediate, timely access to a registered nurse during and after business hours. Conduit will also provide convenient scheduling services for those patients who need a provider appointment.  » Read more about: CHRISTUS Health and Conduit Health Partners Expand Access to Care  »

The Power of Health-at-Home Care

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In a Managed Healthcare Executive article, Cheryl Dalton-Norman, president of Conduit, and David J. Muzina, interim chief medical officer at Medical Mutual, share the collaborative approach to health-at-home care, through Conduit’s nurse triage services, a transformative model that is changing the game in health care delivery.

The Growing Trend of Outsourcing in Health Care

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In the ever-evolving health care landscape, hospitals are increasingly turning to outsourcing as a strategic move to optimize operations, enhance patient care and achieve financial sustainability. In a Managed Healthcare Executive article, Cheryl Dalton-Norman, president of Conduit Health Partners, shares her expertise on embracing outsourcing for enhanced patient care and operational excellence.

Revolutionizing Rural Health Outcomes: The Impact of Nurse-First Triage

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In health care, innovation isn’t confined to high-tech cities and urban hubs. The transformative power of modern medical approaches is reaching even the remotest corners of our society, and one such advancement that’s making waves is Conduit’s Nurse-First Triage. In an interview with Kevin Price on the Price of Business Show, Cheryl Dalton-Norman, president of Conduit, shares Conduit’s approach to changing the game for rural health outcomes, bridging the gap between limited resources and quality care.

The Rise of Home Hospital: Transforming Healthcare Delivery

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The future of health care delivery is undergoing a remarkable transformation. As patient needs evolve, health care organizations must adapt and change existing models of care. By integrating innovative solutions like home hospital care, patients can have a better care experience, alleviate overcrowding in emergency departments, and provide relief to the health care system as a whole.

Improving Patient Care from the Comfort of Their Own Home

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The care paradigm shifting from the hospital to hospital-at-home was a positive development from the pandemic. “When care is centered around the patient and their needs, patients are able to take a more proactive role in their own health from the comfort of their own home,” shares Cheryl Dalton-Norman, president of Conduit, in an article with McKnight’s Home Care.

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