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Reduce Readmissions.
Improve Patient Outcomes.

Empower your organization to reduce readmission rates with a
proactive approach toward transitions of care.

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Our five-course series on readmission reduction from Jason Falvey and Kyle Ridgeway will get your organization on the right path for success.

Failure to improve physical function in the 30-day post-hospital window is associated with a 250% increase in the risk of hospital readmission.1

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Fall & Injury Prevention: How To Manage, Engage, and Evaluate

Learn how to better implement individualized care plans to reduce falls and fall-related injuries, improve rehabilitation outcomes, and reduce readmissions.

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Reducing Hospital Readmissions

Reduce your organization’s readmission rate with a comprehensive course library spanning multiple disciplines and settings that includes readmission prevention and reduction programs as well as condition-specific transitions-of-care guides.

Readmission Prevention

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Rehabilitation Services and Hospital
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1 Volpato, S., Cavalieri, M., Sioulis, F., Guerra, G., Maraldi, C., Zuliani, G., & Fellin, R. et al. (2010). Predictive value of the Short Physical Performance Battery following hospitalization in older patients. The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biomedical Sciences and Medical Sciences, 66(1): 89–96.