The health care experience is taxing and confusing for patients and their families. The complexity often leads to disengagement and poor adherence to the plan of care. The Bridge Model is designed to integrate into any health care system in order to address these issues.
Bridge uses social workers to provide transitional care services, and leverages psychotherapy techniques to increase patient activation and follow-through. This approach of addressing both medical and social issues leads to many positive outcomes, including significantly lower readmission rates and decreased stress for patients and family caregivers.
Will you be in Chicago for the American Society on Aging conference this March? Interested in learning more about Bridge? We have a few opportunities for you to come learn more about Bridge and transitional care. We hope you can join us! Monday, March 23, 12:30 – 2:00pm: Hospital-Community Collaboration: Opportunities and Challenges in the Post-ACA World Our […]
In partnership with the National Transitions of Care Coalition (NTOCC), the Bridge Model program management team will be presenting an informational webinar on care transitions and the Bridge Model on Wednesday, February 4, from 11:00am-12:00pm central time. If you are interested in learning more about Bridge, we encourage you to join! For more details and […]