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Fundamentals of Reducing Hospitalizations BPIP

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The Fundamentals of Reducing Hospitalizations BPIP (released July 1, 2016) provides an overview of reducing avoidable hospitalizations including many of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) initiatives. Key intervention strategies and tools are highlighted. There are several other supporting resources including:
  • Patient multimedia module on self-assessment of hospitalization risk
  • Clinician podcast on care transitions
  • Home health agency success stories
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Hospitalization Risk Assessment
Hospitalization Risk Assessment
Screening tool to identify patients at risk for hospitalization
 
Implementing the Coaching Model
Implementing the Coaching Model
 
Reducing Hospital Readmissions: The Role of Home Care
Reducing Hospital Readmissions: The Role of Home Care
June 2010 webinar recording
 
Am I At Risk of Being Hospitalized? (MP4)
Am I At Risk of Being Hospitalized? (MP4)
Downloadable educational multimedia module for patients (transcript)
 
Am I At Risk of Being Hospitalized? (YouTube)
Am I At Risk of Being Hospitalized? (YouTube)
Educational multimedia module for patients
 
Reducing ACH Success Stories
Reducing ACH Success Stories
Learn how four agencies reduced ACH rates using EMRs, telehealth, and HHQI resources
 
A Patient-Centered Approach to Home Care
A Patient-Centered Approach to Home Care
Learn how the Life Maps Model at All About You! Home Care Services reduces avoidable hospitalizations
 
PIP Tool: Hospitalizations
PIP Tool: Hospitalizations
Assistance with developing a QAPI Performance Improvement Project (PIP) to reduce avoidable hospitalizations
 
How to Actively Engage Patients to Change Health Behavior
How to Actively Engage Patients to Change Health Behavior
Article by Melinda H. Huffman of the National Society of Health Coaches
 
Case Study 2: Evaluating Patient Risk for Hospitalization
Case Study 2: Evaluating Patient Risk for Hospitalization
Use this background story and the HRA tool to evaluate Mr. B's hospitalization risk
 
STOP and WATCH Early Warning Tool
STOP and WATCH Early Warning Tool
Notify a nurse or supervisor if you observe these changes during a patient visit
 
STOP and WATCH Early Warning Tool
STOP and WATCH Early Warning Tool
(Spanish) Notify a nurse or supervisor if you observe these changes during a patient visit
 

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