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Health Systems Care Management Programs

Improving quality starts with better information and standardization

We understand that having comprehensive care management programs for all your sites of care is critical. Let us help you achieve your clinical initiatives to manage patient populations, reduce healthcare readmission rates and build infection prevention policies and procedures throughout all care facilities.     

Lab from the Hospital Reference Lab and Beyond

Expanding point-of-care laboratory testing or transitioning from CLIA-waived to moderately complex laboratory testing can help address some of the needs generated from an outcomes-based approach. This white paper defines the key differences between point-of-care and moderately complex testing and outlines considerations for determining which approach to laboratory testing makes the most business sense for your practice.

By establishing consistent protocols, tests and equipment throughout your network, we can help you achieve your objectives to improve the overall care quality and achieve your financial goals. From rapid tests to complex laboratories, our MedSol laboratory consultant team and LabTEC needs assessment tool can help you determine the right lab strategy for your business.

Hospital Readmission

30-day hospital readmission rates are an important health system financial metric. Medicare as well as payors are denying coverage without detailed medical justification. Implementing initiatives to reduce hospital readmission is one of the ways to help improve patient care and reduce healthcare costs. Download the white paper.

Wound Care Companion for Your Home Health Clinicians and SNFs

Saving money and time (especially for your clinical staff), plus providing the best care to your patients, is always at the top of your mind. Our comprehensive McKesson WoundCare CompanionTM program can help. McKesson WoundCare CompanionTM provides access to a Product Resource Guide divided by AWC subcategories and suppliers, a go-to wound care pocket guide, online education for CNAs and licensed nursing professionals, clinical tools and product samples. Learn more >> 

Infection Prevention: UPrevent

Having a comprehensive infection prevention program and well-trained staff is critical for all your sites of care to help protect staff and patients as well as maintain appropriate compliance. At McKesson Medical-Surgical, we created the UPrevent website, designed to provide broad access to infection prevention resources as well as complimentary educational presentations and courses to help you build successful infection prevention policies and procedures throughout all sites of care. 


Educational Resources

Educational Webinars

McKesson Medical-Surgical is proud to bring you an educational webinar series presented by industry experts covering topics that are important to you, including infection prevention best practices, OSHA updates, reimbursement changes and more. Some webinars even offer continuing education units (CEU). View our current webinar schedule and subscribe to receive monthly webinar e-mails.


MedTrainer helps your facility manage your compliance training - including OSHA, HIPAA and accreditation trainings - in an affordable, easy-to-use Learning Management System (LMS). Covering everything from safety plans to incident reporting to SDS management, MedTrainer is unlike other learning management systems on the market in that each training focuses specifically on the healthcare industry.

Medical Supply A-Z

Our Medical Supply A-Z resource offers medical supply information and education, covering topics such as how to choose an exam glove, diabetic skin care and the recent transition from MSDS to SDS. New topics are added regularly, so check back often to help build your knowledge base.

White Paper

A Tale of Two Providers: How RADAR Can Reduce Unplanned Hospitalizations

Reducing undesired hospitalizations and re-hospitalizations is a goal for all post-acute care providers. Though the goal is shared, the challenge is unique in each care setting. Careful analysis of each organization's unique data maximizes the effectiveness of improvement efforts. This paper looks at a comparison of two providers (Corporation A and Corporation B), and focuses on how both were able to use data analysis and PointRight's RADAR service to maximize the effectiveness of their improvement efforts.
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