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.
This years American Society on Aging (ASA) “Aging in America” Conference is quickly approaching and so is our yearly meet-n-greet. The Bridge Model Meet-n-Greet will take place on March 23rd at the Hyatt Regency in the heart of downtown Chicago. We invite you to attend this causal gathering to mingle with those who are […]
On August 5, 2016 the Bridge Model National Office trained 25 Aging Long Term Care (ALTC) care coordinators, case managers and Health Home coordinators at Southeast Washington ALTC Office in Kennewick, WA. After our initial training in 2014, we were invited back to train a new batch of staff. A delightful and engaged group welcomed us […]