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Health Network: A Care Coordination Program for Patients Who Move During Treatment

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Health Network: A Care Coordination Program for Patients Who Move During Treatment
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Eastern (ET)

To assure care coordination for mobile patients, MCNs Health Network offers continuity of care and treatment completion by providing comprehensive case management, medical records transfer, and follow-up services for mobile patients. During this webinar, you will learn how to enroll a patient in Health Network, strategies for incorporating Health Network into your existing clinic systems, and the steps Health Network associates take to ensure continuity of care for your patients while keeping your clinic informed of patient outcomes. Health Network has proven to be an easily modifiable patient navigation system for healthcare needs of mobile populations with application in disease surveillance and treatment management for any number of injuries, illnesses, or care needs among mobile populations.

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Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this presentation, participants will be able to…

  • Understand which patients are eligible for continuity of care services provided by Health Network.
  • Describe the benefits to patients enrolled in Health Network for continuity of care services.
  • Describe the documents needed to enroll a patient in Health Network.
  • Understand the challenges to sustaining a continuity of care program for mobile patients.


Laszlo Madaras
Laszlo Madaras
Org. Title
Chief Medical Officer
Migrant Clinicians Network

Laszlo Madaras, MD, MPH, is a hospitalist in Pennsylvania and the Chief Medical Officer for Migrant Clinicians Network. As CMO, he oversees all MCN's clinical activities, including Health Network. Dr. Madaras has extensive experience with immigrant, migrant, and refugee populations. As a child refugee, he emigrated with his family to America. He has worked in refugee camps around the world and has worked closely with immigrant and migrant families in his community to support their health and well-being. He received his MD and Master's in Public Health from Tufts University School of Medicine. He is also a staff physician in Tuberculosis control for the Pennsylvania State Health Department, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Penn State College of Medicine, and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at Brown University.