Optimization of Hospitalization for Heart Failure

Heart failure is among one of the most common conditions for hospitalization in the United States. Despite the vast improvement in heart failure outcomes due to emerging medical therapies, re-admission rates remain high.

The goals of this solution set are to close gaps in care related to:

  • Management and care coordination strategies related to hospitalization due to heart failure.
  • Evaluating the efficiency, safety, and efficacy of heart failure care across the continuum.
  • Improving heart failure hospitalization re-admission rates.

  • The Right Measures for the Right Care of Heart Failure Patients (2018)

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