Incorporate best practices and prevention strategies.
Ensure the continuity and quality of communication among care providers.
Learn to properly identify and address residents' needs.
Avoidable rehospitalizations are a significant problem for the healthcare industry from both a quality of care and financial perspective. Nurses in long-term care facilities must be able to use their critical-thinking and decision-making skills in order to prevent negative outcomes that can result in rehospitalization.
Explore our fully immersive learning experience presented with simulated resident-care scenarios in which they must use learned skills to promote positive resident outcomes.Preview this course
Providing effective primary care interventions - taking a clinical approach - is the fundamental concept for the prevention of potentially avoidable hospitalizations. Nursing staff at post-acute organizations must be highly skilled in providing care for individuals with conditions such as pneumonia, heart failure exacerbations, complications associated with myocardial infarctions, and more.
Read the whitepaper to learn more about how post-acute care organizations can prevent avoidable rehospitalizations.Download the whitepaper
Preventing avoidable hospital readmissions is a growing concern for many post-acute care providers. Rehospitalizations can put individuals at greater risk for negative health outcomes. They can also directly affect the financial health of your business.
Learn more about the courses we have to develop your staff with the knowledge and skills they need to prevent rehospitalizations, improve your bottom line, and improve the quality of care you provide.Download the fact sheet
Many residents are sent to the hospital when they could have been managed at the facility. Why? In today’s climate of penalties to hospitals for these readmissions, your ability to keep residents in your facility will not only provide better care for your residents, but develop good relationships with your local hospitals. Find out how to improve your processes to keep your residents where they belong – in their home.Register for this webinar