Las Vegas Shooting Victims Support & Donation Center

NRPC Las Vegas Shooting Victims
Caretaker Support and Donation Center

Dear friends & colleagues,

I am a native Southern Californian and moved to Las Vegas with my family to run a hospital several years ago and can not tell you how many people we know that have been affected by this mass tragedy in both southern Nevada and Southern California. As we grieve at least 59 deaths, there are 500 others who sustained injuries, many life threatening. That is where we all come in.

As a hospital CEO in Las Vegas and Los Angeles I experienced first-hand the devastation of trauma on families and as a result I was blessed to also witness compassionate care being provided by home based care takers. In honor of my mother, my wife and I started a not for profit to benefit Alzheimer's patients in 2014 and we have successfully raised and donated more than $40,000 to causes since then. Some of our biggest supporters have been home based care takers and their companies. It is time to give back now as they give so many hours in times of crisis.

We have checked with our business attorney and book keeper and both have cleared the way for us to now also donate funds to victims of the shooting in need of home based care. All donations received through this page will be donated for this cause. If you know anyone in need, please apply for support. Your generosity is appreciated in advance.
- Dr. Josh Luke
Founder of the not for profit NRPC
Former Las Vegas hospital CEO
Apply for financial support for in home care for any
victim of the tragic shootings on October 1, 2017.
Click Here to Apply for Financial Support for Home Care Click Here to Donate
All donations are tax deductible and you will receive a letter confirming the donation and the EIN (Tax ID) number for the not for profit automatically to your email once the donation is made.

2018 USC C-Suite Invitational

Executive Health Innovation Forum

The California Endowment, Downtown Los Angeles
1000 N Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Monday, April 16, 2018 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Registration Now Open

Robert A. Cherry
Chief Medical and Quality Officer, UCLA Health System

Dr. Eric Coleman
Founder, Coleman Transitions Intervention

Michael Harris
Professor, USC Sol Price School of Public Policy

C-Suite Invitational Northern California:
Transformational Healthcare

Executive Health Innovation Forum

The California Endowment, Oakland Conference Center
2000 Franklin Street, Oakland CA 94612
Thursday, September 27, 2018 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

First 100 registrants receive a complimentary signed copy of Ex-Acute: A former hospital CEO tells all on what's wrong with American healthcare.

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Josh Luke
Nelson Hardiman Law

Dr. Eric Coleman
Founder, Coleman Transitions Intervention

Tracy R Smith
Senior Clinical Manager, Abbott Nutrition

Amy Bassano, Deputy Director for the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation and Josh Luke, Founder of the NRPC co-present at the naviHealth PAC Evolution Summit in Nashville in October 2016.

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The National Readmission Prevention Collaborative was created to unite industry leaders in sharing Best Practices in care transitions and readmission prevention for hospitals, SNF's and other providers. NRPC host events nationwide and access to case studies, products, tools and services that improve the care continuum.

NRPC Charter Members​

Jay Desai
PatientPing
Co-Founder and CEO
Rebecca Metter
Wambi & Carepostcard
Chief Executive Officer
Harry Nelson
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Managing Partner
Chad Fotheringham
AMADA Senior Care
Discharge with Dignity Podcast
Erin Smith
naviHealth
Executive Director
Dr. Ankur Teredesai
​Co-Founder & CTO, KenSci
Professor - University of Washington
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Sternectomy Sternal Vest
Chief Executive Officer
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Senior Housing News
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Tracy R Smith, PhD, RD, LD
Abbott Nutrition
Senior Clinical Manager

Announcing winner of 201​7​ NRPC Innovation Contest

DART by AMADA Senior Care:
Discharge Admission Reduction Team

Discharge with Dignity™

The Discharge Planners New Role: Adopt a "Home-first" Mentality
The Financial Impact of Post Acute Referral Patterns for hospitals, ACO’s & Bundles
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The Discharge with Dignity guide was developed by Dr. Josh Luke to be used as a tool for hospital case managers, discharge planners and social workers in planning for post acute care for patients. The guide's goals are two-fold: 1) To encourage doctors and hospitals to consider sending a patient home with resources, to age, heal and recover at home as opposed to in an institution if home is a possibility, and 2) The guide utilizes multiple colors to illustrate and represent the financial penalties for hospitals and doctors if patients are consistently discharged from the hospital to post acute institutions such as acute rehab, long term acute care or skilled nursing. Hospitals around the country have implemented this guide for daily use as it presents a dramatic shift from the mindset of discharge planners during the fee for service era.

Announcing the Winner of the 2016 NRPC​/NBPC​ Innovation Contest

Cardiothoracic Post-Operative Compression Vest

Sternal dehiscence and instability are a significant cause of persistent pain and limited quality of life for patients who have undergone open heart surgery. Considerable wound pain with breathing, palpable sternal instability and local inflammation can persist for months. This patented, warp-knit fabric provides medical grade compression to help the body heal faster. It is engineered with Three Dimensional Stretch™ to ensure optimal compression and reduce pain. It ​differentiates itself from other vests as it is treated with Silvadur anti-microbial protection to help lower the risk of infections and improve recovery times.

Medical grade compression improves sternal stabilization, reducing pain and localized edema. The vest includes long lasting antimicrobial protection to help lower the risk of infection and resultant re-admissions or other complications. Cardiothoracic Post-Operative Compression Vests after any heart surgery have resulted in improved patient compliance with prescribed treatment protocol, reduced length of hospital stay and evidence-based re-admission reduction for cardiac patients.

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Donations to Alzheimer's Associations & Alzheimers Orange County

Readmission Prevention: ACHE's Best-Selling Book of 2015

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Readmission Concepts

Dr. Josh Luke, Founder of the National Readmission Prevention Collaborative leads a discussion on transformational care delivery at the Case Management Society of America Kansas City Chapter Annual meeting in May 2017.

The NRPC announces its first ever Monthly Webinar series.

December 5th, 2017
1 PM EST (10 AM PST)

Each month, a group of leading
case managers nationally will join hosts:

Dr. Josh Luke
Chad Fotheringham

December Topic:
Alternative Payment Sources for Non-Medical Home Care

Legislative Updates on:
- Are Bundled Payments Dead?
- MSPB Updates

Click here to register - it's free!

Inquire here for more information on the Cardiothoracic Post-Operative Compression Vest.

2016 NRPC Innovation Contest Winner Highest Hospital Readmission Rate Product

Learn more about the
Discharge with Dignity
(Discharge Home)

diagram for hospitalized patients

A training guide in value based care,
and patient centered care for hospital
and health plan discharge planners



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  • Only 25% of more than 3,000 U.S. hospitals avoided readmission penalties in FY 2016.
  • Studies in 2015 found that tying physician pay to quality has not had the desired impact.
  • Hospitals have had a stronger reaction to Medicare Spending Per Beneficiary penalties than the readmission penalty.
  • The CMS SNF Readmission Penalty program began October 1, 2016.
  • The SNF Readmission penalty measures how many patients from each SNF are readmitted to acute hospitals within 30 days of hospital discharge.
  • A SNF can be penalized under the The SNF Readmission penalty even after a patient is discharged home from the SNF if the patient is readmitted within the 30 days after discharge from the acute hospital.
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