Topic: Discharge Planning
UMCC violated patient 's rights and patient safety regulations when they discharged the woman in only her hospital gown.
The University of Pennsylvania sends caregivers into local communities to improve care and cut costs.
A brush with sepsis may make patients more likely to be readmitted to the hospital, according to a new study.
The current spotlight on post-acute care outcomes could set the stage for addressing postsurgical disparities, experts say.
Atlantic Health System's new approach to care for patients after hip and knee replacement surgery has led to cost savings.
Tweaks to day-to-day operations can drive quality improvements and overall efficiency, says the AAAHC Institute's Naomi Kuznets, Ph.D.
A global health initiative to respond to infectious disease epidemics may be cut back as funding for the program dwindles.
CMS will investigate a hospital in Baltimore after a video of a woman discharged in her hospital gown went viral on Facebook.
An ER program that focused on geriatric transitional care reduced the risk of admissions by 33%.
Experts provide tips for older patients to cope with the physical and mental declines associated with ER visits.