On this website, you can learn about common mental disorders, their symptoms, risk factors, and treatment options.
This guide lists resources for the elderly, children, disabled, homeless, and those affected by domestic violence.
The Department of Economic Security works with families, community organizations, advocates, and state and federal partners to realize the collective vision that every child, adult, and family in the state of Arizona will be safe and economically secure.
View this website for community members for one-stop access to see if they qualify to receive help from 40 different health and human services programs.
This community information and referral service lists statewide resources for all populations in Arizona.
This toolkit is designed to improve hospital processes for obtaining an accurate medication history.
You will find downloads for specific tools and resources to assess your organization and assist your partners in managing medications for your patients.
The Medication Management Assessment and accompanying Adverse Drug Event (ADE) Gap Analysis components provide evidence-based recommendations and standards for hospitals in the development of a comprehensive medication safety program. The tools reflect published literature and guidelines by relevant professional organizations and regulatory agencies.
The Best Practice Intervention Package (BPIP) includes a successful medication management program that encourages providers to work across settings, uses an interdisciplinary approach, and applies patient-centered teaching methods. This focused BPIP provides patient-friendly tools to improve health literacy and includes a tool and resource guide as well as a clinician guide.
Note: The Home Health Quality Improvement (HHQI) website requires registration to access this document.
The Collaboration for Homecare Advances in Management and Practice (CHAMP) program includes evidence-based tools for homecare professionals to help seniors manage multiple and high-risk medications.
Tips on areas known to reduce avoidable readmissions, including discharge planning, medication management, patient/family engagement, transition care support, and transition communications.
This worksheet will help your organization identify the root cause of your initial problem.
Use this worksheet to help establish focus areas for your organization.
Use this worksheet to help establish focus areas for your organization. Organizational Assessment Summary, California
Sometimes, getting control of avoidable readmissions is as simple as targeting just 10 patients a month. This flyer give examples of how to do it.