SOAP Notes with Dr. Jay LaBine is a conversational and interactive thought leadership video podcast series featuring some of health care’s most influential leading minds. Similarly structured to the four SOAP note components used in clinical practice, subjective, objective, assessment and plan, SOAP Notes with Dr. LaBine charts the integral progress and complexities of post-acute and senior care. Join Dr. LaBine and other experts as they bubble up some of the vital topics shaping health care.
In episode 8 of SOAP Notes with Dr. Jay LaBine, Jay sits down with Dr. Monique Reese, senior vice president of home and community care at Highmark Health. Dr. Reese talks about the long-term impact of COVID-19 on the future of care at Highmark Health including the patient and provider response to telehealth and the role of care coordination technology.
Dr. Reese is responsible for leading the transformation of Highmark Health’s long-term post-acute strategy, including oversight of Helion Health Network. Dr. Reese has extensive experience leading strategies focused on population health in fee-for-service and value-based health environments. Dr. Reese is also a family nurse practitioner with a subspeciality in palliative care and hospice.
Here are the topics covered in this episode:
The long-term impact of COVID-19 on an integrated delivery system – 8:00
Overcoming patient and provider barriers to find success with telehealth – 11:53
Highmark Health’s strategy surrounding care coordination technology – 14:06
Moving more care into the home – 17:19
The future for home and community-based care – 22:08
Lessons learned from COVID-19 – 25:15