Home Health Nursing: How to Prevent Heart Failure Rehospitalizations with Online Training

Heart failure (HF) is a common diagnosis among home care patients. It has a high risk for hospital readmission due to disease exacerbation, yet many readmissions are preventable. 

Home care clinicians play a crucial role in helping prevent rehospitalizations in HF patients, but incoming nurses often don’t have the training they need to properly manage this condition. As a result, more agencies are turning to online training as an efficient, effective way to give staff the critical information they need to better manage patients with chronic conditions such as HF. 

Download this guide to learn: 

  • What home health nurses need to know to prevent disease progression and reduce rehospitalizations in HF patients. 
  • Why agencies are adopting online training to help staff better manage chronic conditions like HF. 
  • How MedBridge can help.  
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Who is this guide for?

This guide is an ideal resource for:

  • All practitioners in leadership roles
  • Healthcare executives
  • Managers, administrators, and other healthcare leaders

These best practices can be applied in the following settings:

  • Home Health

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