Tools to Identify Readmission Risk
Healthcare Performance Benchmarks
May 14, 2014Vol. IV Issue 19

Tools to Identify Readmission Risk

Tools to Identify Readmission Risk This Week's Challenge: According to 68.1 percent of healthcare companies who responded to HIN's e-survey on reducing hospital readmissions, risk stratification is the top methodology for identifying individuals at greatest risk for readmission. We wanted to see which other tools are used to identify individuals at high-risk for readmissions.

Click here to view a printable version of the chart and learn the top tools respondents use to identify patients at high-risk for readmissions.

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Tools to Identify Readmission Risk2014 Healthcare Benchmarks: Reducing Hospital Readmissions documents the latest key initiatives and partnerships to reduce readmissions by patients with these costly conditions and others by more than 100 healthcare organizations. Also available in print form, shipped USPS Priority Mail.

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