Integrative hospital treatment in older patients to benchmark and improve outcome and length of stay – the In-HospiTOOL study

@inproceedings{Kutz2019IntegrativeHT,
  title={Integrative hospital treatment in older patients to benchmark and improve outcome and length of stay – the In-HospiTOOL study},
  author={Alexander Kutz and Daniel Koch and Antoinette Conca and Ciril Baechli and Sebastian Haubitz and Katharina Regez and Ursula Schild and Zeljka Caldara and Fahim Ebrahimi and Stefano Bassetti and Jens Eckstein and J{\"u}rg Hans Beer and Michael Egloff and Vladim{\'i}r Kaplan and Tobias Ehmann and Claus Hoess and Heinz Schaad and Ulrich Wagner and Sabina De Geest and Philipp Schuetz and Beat M{\"u}ller},
  booktitle={BMC Health Services Research},
  year={2019}
}
  • Alexander Kutz, Daniel Koch, +18 authors Beat Müller
  • Published in BMC Health Services Research 2019
  • Medicine
  • BackgroundA comprehensive in-hospital patient management with reasonable and economic resource allocation is arguably the major challenge of health-care systems worldwide, especially in elderly, frail, and polymorbid patients. The need for patient management tools to improve the transition process and allocation of health care resources in routine clinical care particularly for the inpatient setting is obvious. To address these issues, a large prospective trial is warranted.MethodsThe… CONTINUE READING

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