Villanova University, Geneia Institute Offer ACO Care Coordinator Training

The Geneia Institute, a healthcare innovations company, and Villanova (Pa.) University are partnering on a course for nurses and social workers to learn the skills necessary to serve as care coordinators in accountable care organizations.

The course, "Coordinating Care in a Fragmented System," is comprised of in-person and online classes, and is focused on the following core concepts:

• Financial considerations of care delivery
• Population health management concepts
• Principles to educate patients
• Patient engagement
• Managing high-risk populations, gaps in care and transitions of care

Those interested in the course can attend a virtual open house Feb. 20 at 12:30 p.m. EST.

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