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  2. Cullman Regional Medical Center

    Cullman Regional Medical Center (CRMC) has pioneered an innovative way to engage patients and ensure they understand and comply with their discharge instructions.
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  5. Queen of the Valley Medical Center

    The CARE Network (Case Management, Advocacy, Resource/Referral, Education) at Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa, Calif. provides an interdisciplinary continuum of care from hospital to home followed by community-based chronic disease management support.
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  6. University of Utah Health Care

    The Health Care Transitions Program at University of Utah Health Care in Salt Lake City, Utah developed the Transition Navigator role to provide direct follow-through for complex patients being discharged from the hospital.
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More than 100 enthusiastic care teams submitted videos demonstrating their impressive efforts to improve care transitions and reduce avoidable hospital readmissions.

 

The winners of the video contest include:

  1. Cullman Regional Medical CenterCullman, Alabama
  2. Mercy HealthCincinnati, Ohio
  3. Northern Piedmont Community CareDurham, North Carolina
  4. Queen of the Valley Medical CenterNapa, California
  5. University of Utah Health CareSalt Lake City, Utah

More than 100 enthusiastic care teams submitted videos demonstrating their impressive efforts to improve care transitions and reduce avoidable hospital readmissions.

 

The winners of the video contest include:

  1. Cullman Regional Medical CenterCullman, Alabama
  2. Mercy HealthCincinnati, Ohio
  3. Northern Piedmont Community CareDurham, North Carolina
  4. Queen of the Valley Medical CenterNapa, California
  5. University of Utah Health CareSalt Lake City, Utah

Improving Transitions. Reducing Avoidable Readmissions.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation sponsored the Transitions to Better Care video contest to gather compelling stories of efforts to improve care transitions and reduce avoidable readmissions.

We asked nurses, care coordinators, physicians and other front-line care team members to share videos highlighting how they've ensured patients transitioning from the hospital to the home are given and understand comprehensive instructions, and are provided the necessary support and resources to help ensure they remain on a path to wellness.

The entrants might not be Oscar-winning filmmakers (yet), but their passion and commitment to improving patient outcomes shined through in the more than 100 submissions. They provide a glimpse into the types of innovative programs care teams across the country are implementing to help their patients stay well during transitions in care.

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