Though this is specific to nurses (and physicians) who work in the hospital setting, the video series includes quality practice measures we all can use.

RWJF:
"Hear from national experts about innovative models of care that are helping people make the difficult transition from hospital to home. See what interdisciplinary teams from around the country are doing to address this complex problem. Learn what light new data from the Dartmouth Atlas sheds on regional variations in care.

Best of all? Earn continuing nursing and medical education credits. Simply watch a video at your convenience to hear the latest thinking on what we all can do to improve care transitions and prevent avoidable readmissions to the hospital.

The goal of this program is to inform nurses and physicians about the drivers of avoidable hospital readmissions and how improved care transitions may reduce avoidable readmissions. Our panel of national experts will provide innovative models of care that are helping people make the difficult transition from hospital to home. In addition, participants will see what interdisciplinary teams from around the country are doing to address this complex problem."

Topics:
 - Improving Transitions
 - The Challenge We Face
 - The Revolving Door
 - Video Contest
 - Mercy Health Case Study
 - Queen of the Valley Case Study
 - Panel Q&A

Attached resource:

Link leads to: http://www.rwjf.org/en/about-rwjf/program-areas/quality-equality/care-about-your-care/continuing-education.html?cid=XEM_A7059

 
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