Sustainable Funding for Asthma-Related Home Interventions
Tuesday, September 15, 2015, 1 to 3 p.m. EDT — There is a growing understanding that the environment in which people live can have a profound effect on their health, wellness and utilization of the healthcare system. The quality and safety of the home environment are part of the social determinants of health. Including home assessments and repairs in a care plan for asthma patients clearly demonstrates the importance of transcending the walls of the traditional health care delivery system to obtain better health outcomes and lower total spending.
Home interventions aimed at eliminating key drivers of asthma attacks like mold, dust, pests and tobacco smoke can improve the lives of those with asthma and dramatically reduce the cost of this chronic disease. Unfortunately, not all asthma-related home interventions are reimbursed by payers, despite the well-documented return on investment.
During this webinar, you’ll learn how to make the business case for asthma-related home interventions and build a sustainable stream of funding for these initiatives.