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.
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.
Nurse triage services expand access to quality care in four states for 40,000+ patients
Cincinnati, Ohio (April, 27, 2023) — Conduit Health Partners, a health care solutions company focused on improving care and access to care, has recently begun providing nurse triage services to four Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC): Unity Care NW in northwest Washington;
More health systems are looking to expand care options outside the four walls of the hospital, including remote patient monitoring and hospital-at-home programs.
At Conduit Health Partners, we’re passionate about helping all populations of people receive the right level of care at the right time and in the right place.
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.
In an article with MedCity News, “Key to Health System Success: An Entrepreneurial Mindset,” Cheryl Dalton-Norman, Conduit President, shares that incorporating elements of risk that complement a health system’s vision, health care leaders can drive a sustainable growth strategy that benefits patients and staff and better positions the organization for the future.
How can empathy improve health care experience for everyone?
On an Outcomes Rocket Podcast episode “Empathy for Better Leadership,” Dominque Wells, chief operating officer at Conduit Health Partners, discusses this topic. She first shares her journey and how she uses her experience in many previous roles to lead,
Medical Mutual, Conduit and DispatchHealth are at the forefront of transforming health care. Medical Mutual identified a need in its member population and brought together innovative companies in the health care space to help achieve their goals. Working together, these three organizations have positively impacted the Medical Mutual member population.
In a recent Authority Magazine article, Dominique Wells, chief operating officer at Conduit, shared advice on how to thrive in your industry and avoid burnout, create a fantastic work culture, and five steps or initiatives that companies have taken to help improve or optimize their employees’ mental wellness.
At Conduit Health Partners, we’re proud to highlight some of our valuable team members during Women’s History Month.
Toni Gadberry is the director of technology for Conduit Health Partners. She oversees the organization’s workforce management, onboarding program, and the technology design and strategy supporting Conduit’s services.
But she says her most important responsibility is to continually inspire her team.
At Conduit Health Partners, we take pride in our team members and value their contributions. Heather Kelsey is one of many employees we celebrate during Women’s History Month.
In a previous role, Heather jumped in and led a team of COVID-19 testers who traveled throughout the country in the fight against the pandemic.
Women’s History Month is a time to recognize and celebrate women, past and present, for their contributions to society and continue to inspire others.
Challenges with patient triage and access existed before the “tripledemic,” defined as the recent surge in flu, RSV and COVID-19 cases. However, the “tripledemic” highlighted weaknesses in healthcare’s ability to handle the surge of patients.
What role does nurse triage play in preventing unnecessary emergency department visits and supporting health care value?
Dusti Browning, vice president of growth and client solutions at Conduit Health Partners, was featured in an article on Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare (PSQH) about “‘Tripledemic’ Reveals Critical Need for Better Patient Triage and Transfer Services.”
At Conduit Health Partners, we are passionate about giving back to the community and serving others. At Christmas, Conduit leaders and associates fostered children at the Bair Foundation Child and Family Ministries.
We thank our associates for their dedication to helping others in every area of their lives – professionally and personally.