As your community comes together to improve transitions and coordination of care, it is important to evaluate the current situation. Seek perspectives from multiple settings. What is working well? Where could improvements be made? Use our Community Assessment Form to guide your discussion.
A PATH tool kit containing useful resources for improving care coordination, including improvement stories from IHS hospitals.
In collaboration with its Nevada Patient and Family Advisory Council, Comagine Health has created this 8.5"x14" infographic poster or handout that describes Post-Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS).
To improve the clinical outcomes for their patients and based on research that shows admissions from nursing homes are more likely to be for septicemia, hospitals are beginning to partner with LTPACs to improve the early recognition and intervention for signs and symptoms of sepsis. This toolkit is a result of those partnerships developing in Nevada when sepsis coordinators from a hospital system reached out to a small group of nursing homes they receive transfers from to provide education to the clinical staff.