What You Will Find in This Section
Scores of interventions, tools, and best practices to help reduce hospital readmissions are available from HSAG. We have also included links to nationally recognized organizations with care coordination tools and interventions such as BOOST, Project RED, and The Care Transitions Program.
Tools From HSAG
Care Coordination Toolkit
Looking for an overview of tools and interventions to reduce readmissions across care settings—all in one place? Check out our Care Coordination Toolkit that includes samples for hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and other healthcare providers.
Skilled Nursing Facility Care Coordination Toolkit
This booklet is a compiliation of some of the best HSAG care coordination tools designed specifically for skilled nursing facilities.
Care Coordination Tools From Our States
Where are you located? Find state-specific tools from the HSAG quality innovation network-quality improvement organization (QIN-QIO):
More Tools Available From National Organizations
Find links to useful care coordination tools from organizations throughout the U.S.
A National initiative led by the Society of Hospital Medicine to improve the care of patients as they transition from hospital to home.View Resource
A quality improvement program that focuses on the management of acute change in resident condition. It includes clinical and educational tools and strategies for use in every day practice in long-term care facilities.View Resource
Several tools and intervention resources are available from NCOA, including care transitions, falls, opioids risk, medications, and more.View Resource
Targeted for those who are discharged from hospital to home and provides a Transition Coach who focuses on medication self-management, the patient-centered medical record, follow-up appointments, and red flags. Transition Coaches can be incorporated into home health agencies’ model of care.View Resource