Teaching Commentary on “A Primary Care-Based Multidisciplinary Readmission Prevention Program”: Essential Aspects of Comparability and Context in Practice-Based Program Evaluation

@inproceedings{Yano2014TeachingCO,
  title={Teaching Commentary on “A Primary Care-Based Multidisciplinary Readmission Prevention Program”: Essential Aspects of Comparability and Context in Practice-Based Program Evaluation},
  author={Elizabeth M. Yano},
  booktitle={Journal of General Internal Medicine},
  year={2014}
}
In their paper evaluating a primary care-based multidisciplinary readmission prevention program, Cavanaugh and colleagues describe the quality improvement processes they underwent to develop, iteratively refine, implement and then evaluate a program designed to improve post-discharge planning and care transitions, thereby reducing readmissions. Using a… CONTINUE READING