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Case managers typically have concentrated on what has to happen before the patient can be discharged from the hospital, but now, to reduce readmissions, hospitals also have to take into consideration what happens to patients after they leave the acute care setting, says Beverly Cunningham, RN, MS, vice president, clinical performance improvement, Medical City Dallas Hospital, and health care consultant and partner in Case Management Concepts LLC.

Look beyond hospital walls to avoid readmissions