Six hospital strategies could cut heart failure readmissions by 2% and save more than $100 million, Yale University researchers wrote in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. One recommendation is to have nurses supervise patient medication plans. The other strategies are scheduling follow-ups before discharge, collaborating with other hospitals, sending discharge information to primary care providers, telling patients about all screening results received after discharge and creating partnerships with community care providers.
Report suggests 6 strategies to prevent HF readmissions
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