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Keeping High-Risk Heart Failure Patients out of the Hospital

The landscape of care at home has experienced remarkable evolution in recent years. What initially emerged as a response to the pandemic has now matured into a strategic pathway to enhancing clinical outcomes and transforming patient and provider experiences.

Amidst the challenges of early 2020, Baptist Health System recognized the potential strain on resources due to rising COVID-19 hospitalizations. Seeking innovative solutions, they swiftly leveraged remote patient monitoring (RPM) and patient engagement tools to launch a dynamic care-at-home program. This initiative not only eased the burden on hospital resources but also paved the way for broader enhancements in congestive heart failure (CHF) patient care.

Discover how Baptist Health’s care-at-home journey unfolds in this case study. By integrating Current Health’s platform, the organization has revolutionized its approach to remote care, resulting in reduced readmissions and improved clinical outcomes for CHF patients.

Dive into the full case study to:

  • Witness the impact of care at home on 30, 60, and 90-day readmission rates for CHF
  • Explore a sample CHF patient pathway
  • Understand care at home’s influence on the 90-day survival rate compared to the national average
  • See how the Current Health solution is tailored to support both high and low-risk heart failure patients
  • Learn how outsourcing technical support and patient triage fuels scalable success
August 09, 2023