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Mitigating Heart Failure Readmission

Readmission Mitigation: A Summary In the prior editions of the "Redefining Heart Failure" blog series, we've explored the context of readmission statistics, their relevance for understanding the cause of admission, measures to prevent it, and the proven strategies available. If you would like to read them all before this part 5 on the mitigation measures, you can do so here:…
Matthew Mace
September 6, 2022
MonitoringRedefining Heart FailureStudies

Two Proven Strategies to Reduce Readmission

Practices to Reduce Readmissions? In the prior edition of the "Redefining Heart Failure" blog series, we explored the context of readmission statistics, an understanding of the drivers of readmissions, and ways to reduce this burden. If you would like to read it before this part 3 on the factor which increases readmission, you can do so here: Pt1. https://acorai.com/2022/06/05/the-current-state-of-heart-failure/ Pt2.…
Matthew Mace
August 7, 2022
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How to Reduce Heart Failure Readmission

Factors reducing readmission In the prior edition of the "Redefining Heart Failure" blog series, we explored the context of readmission statistics and their relevance for understanding the cause for admission and measures to prevent it. If you would like to read it before this part 3 on the factor which increases readmission, you can do so here: Pt1. https://acorai.com/2022/06/05/the-current-state-of-heart-failure/ Pt2.…
Matthew Mace
July 24, 2022
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The Current State of Heart Failure Readmission

Context of Readmissions In hospital care settings, Heart Failure (HF) treatment and management are among the leading causes of in-patient admissions, conferring one of the single largest economically expensive and resource-intensive pathologies faced in modern healthcare. Of this economic burden, patient readmission makes up the most significant proportion of the costs associated with patient management, and despite readmission reduction policies,…
Matthew Mace
June 5, 2022
Monitoring

Can Remote Monitoring Assist Doctors in Treating Cardiac Failure?

Heart failure affects more than six million adults in the United States alone and an estimated 64.3 million people worldwide. While the name might imply that it's something more akin to a heart attack, heart failure is a condition that occurs when the heart cannot adequately pump blood throughout the body, at least not to the standard it should. There…
Jakob Gelberg
November 8, 2021
Monitoring

How Does Remote Monitoring Empower Patients’ Self Care?

Over the past couple of years, medical technology has undergone significant changes. Thanks to our better understanding of different conditions and how they are caused, doctors and scientists have been able to work together in order to develop new machines that make monitoring the progress of patients much easier. This is where remote monitoring comes in. This specific type of…
Jakob Gelberg
September 27, 2021