Survey: Clinicians want more training to reduce readmissions

03/24/2011 | BeckersASC.com

More than 70% of clinicians say their facility's procedures for reducing readmissions among high-risk patients are not effective, according to a survey by the Society of Hospital Medicine and QuantiaMD. More than half blamed the problem on a lack of training and education, specifically for condition-specific interventions, post-discharge follow-up care and discharge communications.

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