Tag Archives: Hospital Re-Admission Risks

Alternative Approaches to Reducing Hospital Admissions / Re-Admissions (BBC News / British Red Cross / NESTA / King’s Fund)

Summary The British Red Cross has proposed that home assessments, and comparatively simple interventions, when discharging old and vulnerable people for hospitals would help to reduce avoidable but predictable hospital re-admissions (and prevent many hospital admissions in the first place). … Continue reading

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Hospital Re-Admission Risks Alter Over Time After Discharge? (Nursing Times / Annals of Internal Medicine)

Summary The risk factors for hospital re-admissions may change over a 30-day period following discharge from hospital, according to US research. There appears to be two distinct phases of re-admission risk; one up to eight days and one up to … Continue reading

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