What you will learn

Course description: 

More and more people are living with multiple chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and/or depression. Patients with chronic conditions are among the costliest healthcare patients.  Seventy one percent of all healthcare spending in the United States goes towards treating people with chronic conditions. It is also important to note that the prevalence of those living with chronic conditions increases with age – 80% of people 65 and older live with at least one chronic condition. As the population ages and lives longer, the number of people with chronic conditions is expected to continue to grow. These patients may need support to help them maintain their disease processes outside of the hospital setting.



Course objectives: 

  • Discuss the target patient population
  • Discuss how the eTrAC program assists with managing the patient population
  • Review the program goals
  • Identify the key performance indicators
  • Identify the three different care models
  • Review the key program roles and corresponding responsibilities
  • Discuss the key elements of a successful home tele-monitoring program
  • Review patient inclusion and exclusion criteria
Course details

Delivery method: 

  • eLearning


  • English


20 Minutes

Course disclaimer: 

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