Readmissions News
Readmissions News  
In the July Issue

  • How Can Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Radically Transform Readmissions? by Orlando Agrippa
  • An Effort to Stop the Revolving Door for Hospital Patients may be Spinning its Wheels by Kara Gavin
  • Providing Follow-Up Care After Heart Attack Helps Reduce Readmissions, Deaths by Katie Glenn
  • Thought Leaders' Corner: What Role Do Nurses Have in Reducing Preventable Readmissions? What Patients Are Most at Risk of Being Readmitted?
  • Industry News with briefs regarding the National Readmission Prevention Collaborative, Remedy Labs, Valley Home Care, The Wellness Network, Advocate Health Care, CarePort and GHA, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, MinuteClinic, and K4Connect.
  • Catching up with... Jani Ahonala
  • Click here to view page one of this issue
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  • Be current on evolving techniques and models regarding patient and family engagement and resources
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