The 3rd Annual Case Management and Transitions of Care Conference with Medically Home Group’s President and Chief Operations Officer, Rami Karjian and Chief Nurse Officer, Marcy Bergeron-Noa is scheduled for Saturday, March 21, 2020, at the Boston Marriott Cambridge. The event will be a day of education and networking as an opportunity for health care leaders to share their knowledge and learn new strategies and insights through collaboration with peers. The goal is to improve patient outcomes. The 2020 Massachusetts Chapter Conference is inviting case managers, nurses, social workers, physician advisors, and physicians to attend in order to collect:
- Innovative ideas you can immediately use.
- Updates on case management best practices from recognized innovators
- In-depth discussion about the latest health care resources
- Knowledge-sharing with like-minded peers
- Interaction with the latest tools and products in the exhibit hall
- Networking and education with dedicated professionals
Learn more about the conference here.
3rd Annual Case Management and Transitions of Care Conference, 2020 Massachusetts Chapter Conference, will be held at the Boston Marriott Cambridge, 50 Broadway, Cambridge,Massachusetts, 02142. They can be reached at (617) 494-6600 for discounted room rates and parking information.
Rami Karjian is the co-founder, President and COO at Medically Home. In clinical collaboration with Atrius Health and VNA Care, Medically Home has built a compelling new care delivery model, operational capability, and technology platform that safely substitutes the home for the care that is delivered in hospitals and thereafter, using a scalable operating platform, technology and a high-touch care team. His passion for healthcare developed with his first consulting project working at a community hospital in a small town in rural Virginia. The emergency room was at capacity and patients had to wait for extended periods of time. Within four months the ER was completely transformed. Not only was the patient experience exponentially better, it became a different, better place to work as a clinician. Over the next thirteen years Rami was lucky enough to recreate that impact – and the meaning in it for him – in a variety of healthcare settings all over the world. Learn more about Rami and the Medically Home leadership team.
Marcy Bergeron-Noa is a visionary health care executive and fierce patient advocate. As a board-certified nurse practitioner, she practiced many years as a primary care provider serving a primarily immigrant population. Marcy has been the recipient of many regional and national nursing leadership awards. She had a long career at Massachusetts General, serving in a variety of roles in primary care and population health management where, in 2017, she was tapped to be the director of their new Home Hospital Program. In this role, she successfully developed and implemented this exciting new alternative to inpatient acute care, resulting in over 180 patients being admitted to their homes instead of an inpatient facility in the first nine months of the program. Her home hospital role dovetailed nicely with her doctoral studies which focused on the delivery of acute care in the home, she completed her doctorate in nursing practice this past May. Two years ago, her passion and expertise in the model led her to accept the position of Chief Nurse Officer of Medically Home, an innovative company that is helping to spread the model across the nation by enabling health systems to successfully implement their own home hospital programs. Learn more about Marcy and the Medically Home leadership team.