This Week's Challenge: Patients transitioning from hospital to home provide the most critical care transition for healthcare organizations seeking to coordinate care and reduce readmissions, according to HIN's survey on care transitions management. The survey also identified other critical transitions of care.
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2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Care Transitions Management, HIN's fourth annual analysis of these cross-continuum initiatives, examines programs, models, protocols and results associated with movement of patients from one care site to another, including the impact of care transitions management on quality metrics and the delivery of value-based care.
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