Case studies on effective acute/post-acute information exchange

As patients move between settings, inefficient information exchange can result in delayed treatment, inaccurate care plans, and ultimately, poor quality outcomes.

We've identified six key characteristics of effective information exchange: complete information, clear and concise information, high-speed exchange, focusing at home monitoring on high risk patients, avoiding complicated technology, and aligning data collection with user lifestyle.

Check out the below case studies for examples of how leading organizations have optimized their information exchange using these six strategies. For an easy-to-use reference on these points, you can also download our infographic.

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