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Hospital to Home

 

The Hospital to Home (H2H) Initiative is a resource for hospitals and cardiovascular care providers committed to improving transitions from hospital to "home" and reduce their risk of federal penalties associated with high readmission rates.

Projects

Self-contained improvement projects that include a goal statement, success metrics, a tool kit, an assessment, and 3 webinars (evidence, tools, lessons learned) that provide participants with recommended strategies and tools to achieve small, attainable goals in their organization.

  • See You in 7

    The goal of the H2H SY7 Challenge is for all patients discharged with a diagnosis of HF/AMI to have a follow-up appointment scheduled/cardiac rehab referral made within 7 days of hospital discharge.

  • Mind Your Meds

    The goal of the H2H MM Challenge is for clinicians and patients discharged with a diagnosis of HF/MI to work together and ensure optimal medication management.

  • Signs and Symptoms

    The goal of the H2H S&S Challenge is to activate patients to recognize early warning signs and have a plan to address them.


News And Research

  • MI registry shows poorer outcomes in COVID-19 cases

    The composite rate of inpatient death, stroke, recurrent myocardial infarction or repeat unplanned revascularization among patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction was 36% for patients with COVID-19, compared with 13% for patients without COVID-19 and 5% for those in a control group, according to data from the North American Cardiovascular COVID-19 Myocardial Infarction Registry, which includes the American College of Cardiology Interventional Council, the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography & Interventions and the Canadian Association of Interventional Cardiology. The study, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, found the composite outcome was driven by very high in-hospital mortality rates for patients with COVID-19. Medscape (free registration) (4/20) Learn More


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