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Project Red Solutions Team Welcomes Healthcare Professionals from Singapore’s Tan Tock Seng Hospital


On March 12, Project Red Solutions welcomes a team of healthcare professionals from Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore, for a three-week learning exchange program. The learning exchange includes:

As part of the learning exchange, the Case Management Society of New England is organizing a hybrid event to take place at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital on Tuesday, March 21 from 3:00 – 4:30 PM, entitled “Case Management Transitions of Care Crisis: Health Systems' Solutions”. The presentations and panel discussion, led by Dr. Colleen Morley, President of the Case Management Society of America, focuses on the “health” of health systems in the US, UK, and Asia where systems are at crisis level, facing workforce supply, patient admissions and discharges challenges.


Join this distinguished group of case managers and healthcare professionals as they share their distinct perspectives and deep knowledge of case management and transitions of care on a local, nation, and international level. Registration is required for both in-person or virtual participation. 1.5 RN, CSM, and SW CEU credits are available.



Meetings and on-site visits include presentations by the Tan Tock Seng Hospital team as well as by the various hosts including Mr. Patrick J. Stapleton, CEO of Sherrill House; Dr. Kirsten Austad of Boston Medical Center; and Ms. Jean Bushnell, Director of the Billerica Council on Aging. Many thanks to these healthcare leaders and their teams for opening their doors to our clients to explore how transitions of care can be improved and the role that Project RED can play in reducing readmissions.


Project Red Solutions founders, Irving Stackpole and Elizabeth Ziemba, will be participating in these sessions and along with Dr. Brian Jack, coordinated efforts to bring together the learning exchange.

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