Date: November 15, 2017
Webinar Description: The webinar will present a compelling and thoughtful narrative on advancing nursing practice across the continuum of care by understanding the essential role of registered nurses (RNs) in care coordination and transition management. An exemplar will describe how new payment and delivery models recognizing care coordination and transition management are imperative to keep pace with a value-based health care payment system.
Dr. Beth Ann Swan is a Professor and most recently served as Dean of the Jefferson College of Nursing at Thomas Jefferson University. She is Nationally and internationally known for her research and work in health care and nursing. Throughout her career, Dr. Swan has been an advocate for engaging consumers in their health care, promoting ambulatory and primary care, and creating innovative evidence-based practices to improve care. As a volunteer leader with the American Academy of Ambulatory Care (AAACN), Dr. Swan co-developed the national care coordination and transition management core curriculum known as CCTM.