The CARES framework (checklist, assessment, relationship, evaluation, safety) provides guidance for hospitals on optimizing their interventions to support clinicians' well-being.
Transition clinic visit after ED discharge lowered odds of ED revisit, didn't change hospital admissions
The most common type of care provided by a newly established ED care transitions clinic in Chicago was wound care, and wound checks had a higher rate of appointment completion than clinical appointments.
The study also found that, after stroke, 35.0% of patients received no physical therapy, 48.8% got no occupational therapy, and 61.7% didn't undergo speech therapy. Predictors of whether a patient would get therapy could be identified during stroke hospitalization.
In a retrospective cross-sectional analysis of 13 hospitals covered by two organ procurement organizations, rates of conversion of potential donor patients into actual donors ranged from 0% to 51.0%.