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National Care Transitions Awareness Day

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Thank You for Participating in National Care Transitions Awareness (NCTA) Day: April 16, 2019

Organizations continue to do their part to reduce avoidable hospital readmissions throughout the year. You can still take advantage of the readmission tools and videos offered below.

Coordincta_logo.pngnation of care during care transitions plays a critical role in determining the quality of care patients receive; and reducing preventable 30-day hospital readmissions is a priority for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). To increase awareness of the importance and value of safe and effective care transitions and coordination, CMS designated April 16, 2019, as the first NCTA Day. 

Best-practice strategies to improve care transitions include information sharing process, data sharing and transparency, person and family engagement, and risk stratification. HSAG has put together an educational webinar, videos, tools, and other resources—available below—to help your organization improve its care transitions. 

Discover more about care coordination at: hsag.com/care-coordination.

Reach out to your HSAG representative:

Arizona 602.801.6916   Florida  813.865.3459
California 818.265.4672   Ohio  614.360.2748

 

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Download the slides and view the recording of the HSAG webinar Navigating Care Transitions for Homeless Patients.

Go to www.hsag.com/events and find Tuesday, April 16, 2019.

Webinar Slides and Recording

Check out the HSAG video playlist highlighting care coordination. Share these at stand-up and staff meetings.

Playlist

Engage and encourage patients to care for their health condition by using Zone Tools. Find them at:

hsag.com/zone-tools

Best-Practices Toolkit: This overview of care coordination tools, with samples, is designed to help reduce readmissions across care settings. 

Download and Print Toolkit

Find More Tools From Our States:

Arizona California Florida Ohio