AMDA 2022 – Three Top of the Mind Issues

Three Top of the Mind Issues

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The AMDA Annual Conference represented a community of over 50,000 medical directors, physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other practitioners working in the various post-acute and long-term care (PALTC) settings. AMDA 2022 intended to promote and enhance the development of competent, compassionate, and committed medical practitioners and leaders to provide goal-centered care across all post-acute and long-term care settings. participated in AMDA 2022. Here are the three Top of the Mind Issues discussed at the conference, among many others.

Employee Burnout and Turnover in Post Acute Care

Delay in communication causes a delay in action, decision making, and intervention. In addition, it can be time-consuming and frustrating for the medical staff, which results in burnout or turnover. Communication delays and failures often occur during shift changes, when the care of a post-acute patient is handed over to a different caregiver. When incomplete, ambiguous, or inaccurate information is provided at this changeover, it increases the probability of medical mistakes. Delay in communication or poor communication can lead to patients receiving the wrong treatment, medication, or procedure. In addition, it could result in delays to essential tests and treatments – all of which can negatively affect patient outcomes. When that happens, healthcare staff can feel frustrated or inadequate and responsible which can lead to employee burnout and turnover. is a hospital communication app that helps overworked staff organize their days by communicating seamlessly. For example, when a medical team comes together in a virtual channel and exchanges patient information in real-time, there is less chance a medical mistake might occur on shift supports building a culture of transparency and accountability which motivates staff. When patients are taken well care of and have successful treatment and procedures because of seamless communication between medical staff, everyone has a sense of achievement which improves job satisfaction. Finally, staff spends more time caring for patients instead of chasing communication. takes away the pain of delayed communication so that healthcare workers have all the information, points of reference, and support they need via in real-time. This helps them focus their energy and time on taking care of the patient instead of running after co-workers for patient is a powerful and effective healthcare communication app.

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Partnerships and Transitions of Care Across the Post-Acute Continuum

Communication is chaotic during and after the patient transition. Different collaborators are hard to reach instantly due to other localities, points of access, and working hours. Communication errors during care transitions are a leading source of adverse events for hospitalized patients. is a patient-centered and secure messaging app that brings different teams from various organizations into one virtual platform to support quicker decisions and better care. With, healthcare providers can work together and have better visibility of patients across settings and through transitions, therefore maximizing continuity of helps organizations transition patients from one location to another and still collaborate for care decisions. It supports Interprofessional collaboration in healthcare seamlessly. When team members from different disciplines bring their perspectives together, it’s easier to form a comprehensive view of patient care during and after a transition. With each medical professional holding a piece of the puzzle, improved interprofessional collaboration brings all such pieces together, driving a better understanding of the patient’s needs after the transition. This results in positive patient outcomes.

Communication and Collaboration Challenges in Post-Acute Care

Reading patient reports at different times, talking to team members when they are available, and rushing communication on various channels like phones, emails, and faxes – all cause communication brings all communication in one channel for each patient for quicker patient intervention and information sharing. is a single platform for interprofessional collaboration in healthcare so that healthcare professionals can keep each other updated with patient developments and the chances of errors are drastically reduced. When a nurse or home care worker can contact the primary doctor at any time with real-time notifications on, they are unlikely to make a decision on their own that could be risky for the patient. Different people touch the patient at different times so their perspective on that specific patient’s acuity is based on when they last saw that patient. creates a real-time acuity score, which allows everyone to understand the acuity of a given patient with the same lens. Professionals communicate with each other and patient families without disclosing their cell phone numbers via The hospital messaging application helps keep personal and professional lives is one of the best healthcare communication solutions out there. Find out more here.

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Three Top of the Mind Issues

AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine is the only medical specialty society representing the community of over 50,000 medical directors, physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other practitioners working in the various post-acute and long-term care (PALTC) settings. The Society’s 5,500 members work in skilled nursing facilities, long-term care and assisted living communities, CCRCs, home care, hospice, PACE programs, and other settings. AMDA’s vision is to have a world in which all post-acute and long-term care patients and residents receive the highest- quality, compassionate care for optimum health, function, and quality of is proud to be associated with AMDA to bring a revolution to healthcare industry. Sources:,

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