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CUSTOMIZED PROCESS

We have developed a customized process for lowering readmissions by visiting recently discharged patients in their homes and helping to coordinate their care with the hospital staff and the patient’s primary care physician.

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Our NP’s visit each patient within 48 hours of discharge and several more times over the next few weeks to ensure a smooth and safe transition home.

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“It was amazing what a positive effect the GHC pilot program had on our readmission rates!  What was more amazing was how the readmission rate went right back up when the pilot ended.  This was a big reason we agreed to sign a contract to continue the program with GHC.”

RUTH ADONIZIO

Director of Readmission Reduction, Medstar Georgetown University Hospital

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"With our Key Program, we take pride in our ability to specifically target the common causes of preventable readmissions and help patients recover more quickly."

Our team of Nurse Practitioners are specially trained in hospital readmission mitigation.

Through years of partnering with hospitals, GHC has closely studied the widespread problem of preventable hospital readmissions and developed a process for significantly lowering readmissions and producing better transitions to home.

In our partnership with Georgetown Hospital, we specifically targeted spinal surgery patients. Through our collaboration with the hospital team, we were able to help them lower readmission from 12.1% to 6.7%.

Georgetown Home Care Lowers Preventable Hospital Readmissions for Medstar Georgetown University Hospital

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John Bradshaw, CEO of GHC

202-333-3400 or at johnbradshaw@georgetownhomecare.com 

KEY PROGRAM

Through years of partnering with hospitals, GHC has closely studied the widespread problem of preventable hospital readmissions and developed a process for significantly lowering readmissions and producing better transitions to home.

Decrease Length of Stay

Reduce Hospital Readmissions

Increase Star Ratings

Increase Patient Satisfaction Scores

Lower Number of Emergency Department Visits

Our team of Nurse Practitioners are specially trained in hospital readmission mitigation.

OUR KEY PROGRAM STRIVES TO:

REDUCTION IN

READMISSIONS

44%

In our partnership with Georgetown Hospital, we specifically targeted spinal surgery patients. Through our collaboration with the hospital team, we were able to help them lower readmission from 12.1% to 6.7%.

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