2011 Benchmarks in Reducing Avoidable Healthcare
Utilization: Data to Drive Down ER Visits and Readmissions

Under intense scrutiny by CMS and private payors of consumption of
healthcare resources — particularly hospitalizations, hospital readmissions
and emergency room visits — many healthcare organizations have taken
steps to curb avoidable utilization of services in the populations they serve.

2011 Benchmarks in Reducing Avoidable Healthcare Utilization: Data to Drive Down ER Visits and Readmissions In this era of value-based reimbursement,
Benchmarks in Reducing Avoidable
Healthcare Utilization: Data to Drive
Down ER Visits and Readmissions
takes
a comprehensive look at industry activity in the
reduction of hospital readmissions and ER visits
as a whole, then drills down to the health plan
and hospital perspectives presented by survey
respondents. The utilization reduction data
documented in this benchmarks report are derived
from two separate surveys conducted in 2010 by
the Healthcare Intelligence Network, to which
a total of 180 organizations responded.

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Each chapter documents strategies to reduce a specific type of healthcare utilization,
identifying current and planned progams, targeted populations, hospital discharge
tasks, patient satisfaction, reimbursement models, estimated ROI, and much more,
easily discerned in more than 70 easy-to-follow graphs and tables.

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