readmission and transitions of care

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HM2017 Abstract Number: 261

PHARMACY-DRIVEN CONTINUUM OF CARE PROGRAM: REDUCING RELATED READMISSIONS IN PATIENTS WITH HIGH-VOLUME HOME MEDICATIONS ON THE GENERAL MEDICINE SERVICE

Background: U.S. healthcare costs are rising due to the increase in polypharmacy, which is a potential risk factor for hospital readmission.1 In a cohort study of 5,507 patients with ≥10 discharge medications, more than 25% of [...]

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