Transitions of Care
The proportion of care encounters studied that were preventable remains poorly understood.
The hospital is the only place some patients will find themselves in intimate interactions with people of other ethnicities.
It can help alleviate overcrowding – and much more.
Does the trauma of hospitalization increase the risk of 30-day readmission or ED visit rate?
Can an individualized, multicomponent exercise program help reverse functional and cognitive decline in acutely hospitalized, elderly patients?
What information is needed on discharge to reduce anticoagulant adverse drug events (ADEs)?
Does additional physical therapy reduce length of stay and improve outcomes?
Teamwork creates success at one institution.
Hospitalists and physical therapists can together achieve high-value care during and following a hospitalization.