This Week's Challenge: The LACE (length of stay, acute admission, Charleston Comorbidity score, ED visits) tool, followed by the PRA (Probability of Repeated Admission) tool are the preferred assessments used to stratify high-risk patients, according to the 2014 Healthcare Benchmarks: Stratifying High-Risk Patients. The survey also identified other tools healthcare organizations use for health risk stratification.
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