With hospital capacity reaching critical levels, staffing shortages, and COVID-19 regulations upending traditional processes, UCSF knew they needed an innovative solution to overcome these challenges.
Join Misti Meador RN, BSN, MBA, CCM, Assistant Director of Post-Acute Care at UCSF Healthcare, to explore UCSF’s Transitional Care Program. This session is a must-attend for healthcare leaders and practitioners who are looking to bridge gaps in care, streamline workflows, and reduce healthcare disparities. Discover how UCSF has significantly decreased unnecessary ED utilization and hospitalization while improving patient outcomes and access to care.
Misti Meador is an innovative leader with 12 years of experience in clinical systems development, case management, and transitional care. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Clemson University, a Master of Business Administration in Health Care Management from the University of Texas, and a Commission for Case Manager Certification (CCMC).
As Assistant Director of Post-Acute Care at UCSF Health, she is responsible for overseeing the UCSF Preferred Provider Network, the UCSF Transitional Care service, and over 25+ vendor service agreements for the UCSF Care Coordination and Patient Transitions department. At UCSF Health, Misti has made a significant impact in reducing unnecessary hospitalizations, cutting costs, and promoting quality outcomes for her patients.
Misti is well respected among her peers and is regularly sought out as a speaker and thought leader in the healthcare community. She continues to share her expertise and experience with other healthcare leaders so they too can solve complex challenges and drive positive change.