Demonstrating Quality in Medical Respite Care: The Importance of Data
Identifying and tracking outcomes in medical respite is an important way to identify program progress and demonstrate effectiveness of medical respite care. This course provides an overview on ways to identify and track outcomes within medical...
Discharge Planning and Processes
Discharge planning is a challenging but important part of the medical respite care process. This course covers recommended best and promising practices for discharging planning and transitions within medical respite care. This course is 60...
Medical Respite Care: Addressing Behavioral Health and the Role of the Behavioral Health Consultant
Many clients who are referred to and engaged with medical respite programs have co-occurring behavioral health conditions and needs. This course provides an overview of behavioral health conditions, and ways programs can implement best and...
Medical Respite Care: Harm Reduction
Integrating harm reduction practices within medical respite programs reduces barriers to care and improves services for those using substances. This course provides guidance and strategies for implementing harm reduction within the medical...
Medical Respite Care: Relationships with Hospitals
Hospitals are often one of the key partners for medical respite care programs. This course addresses how medical respite care programs can develop and maintain relationships with hospitals to for ongoing partnership and support. This course...
Medical Respite Care: Relationships with Managed Care Organizations
Medicaid and Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) have demonstrated increased interest in partnering and funding medical respite care programs. Navigating this process can be complex and challenging, and this course provides an initial overview of...
Medical Respite Care: The Role of Case Managers, Community Health Workers, and Peers
Case managers, community health workers (CHWs), and peers are often the primary staff responsible for care coordination and implementation of care plans in medical respite. Beyond this, they build relationships and safety for medical respite care...
Trauma-Informed Care in Medical Respite
Trauma-informed care (TIC) is essential for service delivery within medical respite care. This course provides an overview of TIC principles and how they are applied within medical respite programs.