Reducing Hospital Readmissions: How Getting Personal With Patient Engagement Can Help
A PatientBond Case Study - As Seen in Telehealth & Medicine Today
Readmission penalties on hospitals hit a new high in 2016, increasing by a fifthover 2015 numbers to $528 million. Changes in how the rehospitalization rate in calculated influenced the jump in penalties. But that's not the only factor capable of influencing 30-day readmissions:
Patient engagement efforts often fall short, too.
How can hospitals use patient engagement technology to change patient behavior and reduce readmissions?
Download our case study to learn:
- How hospitals can use psychographic segmentation to crack the code to encouraging greater patient engagement
- Which psychographic segment of healthcare consumers is mostly likely to experience issues related to hospital readmissions
- How a prestigious New England hospital system experienced just one readmission for a form of spine surgery and reduced nurse FTEs dedicated to patient follow-up by more that 75 percent after using PatientBond to establish a proactive, personalized patient engagement workflow.