The Prevention of Hospital Readmissions in Heart Failure.
- Author(s): Ziaeian, Boback
- Fonarow, Gregg C
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.pcad.2015.09.004
Heart failure (HF) is a growing healthcare burden and one of the leading causes of hospitalizations and readmission. Preventing readmissions for HF patients is an increasing priority for clinicians, researchers, and various stakeholders. The following review will discuss the interventions found to reduce readmissions for patients and improve hospital performance on the 30-day readmission process measure. While evidence-based therapies for HF management have proliferated, the consistent implementation of these therapies and development of new strategies to more effectively prevent readmissions remain areas for continued improvement.
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