Valley Presbyterian Hospital Partners with The Los Angeles Jewish Home for Care Transitions Program

Valley Presbyterian Hospital Partners with The Los Angeles Jewish Home for Care Transitions Program

Valley Presbyterian Hospital (VPH) is pleased to announce a partnership with The Los Angeles Jewish Home to improve the coordination of care for Medicare beneficiaries and reduce hospital readmissions.

“Helping our patients make a smooth transition from Valley Presbyterian Hospital to other health care settings dovetails with our mission of improving the quality of health in the San Fernando Valley,” said Julie Reback, Vice President of Business Development. “We are pleased to work with The Los Angeles Jewish Home to encourage seniors to live healthy, independent lives and to reduce hospital readmissions in our community.”

The Los Angeles Jewish Home is the largest single-source provider of senior housing in Los Angeles, and was selected as the lead San Fernando Valley agency for the Care Transitions Program. The program was created under the Affordable Care Act and is funded by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

The Care Transitions Program seeks to improve the transition of patients as they transfer from one health care setting to another. To facilitate this, transition coaches will be available to enrolled patients both at the bedside and during an in-home visit scheduled between 24-48 hours after discharge. The role of the coach will be to:

It is estimated that over 1,300 beneficiaries will be served each year in the San Fernando Valley Care Transitions service area.

Valley Presbyterian Hospital is a 350-bed facility that ranks among the largest acute care hospitals in the San Fernando Valley. Founded in 1958, the nonprofit, non-sectarian, independent, community hospital provides high quality, patient-centered care through leading-edge technology and a full range of medical services. For more information, visit .

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