Potentially Preventable Readmissions: Conceptual Framework To Rethink the Role of Primary Care
High rates of readmissions are a major patient safety problem associated with adverse events such as prescribing errors and misdiagnoses of conditions. Efforts to reduce readmissions have proliferated, many informed or guided by evidence-based toolkits and guides focused on enhancing practices occurring within the hospital setting. The purpose of this project was to address the important and unfulfilled need to improve patient safety and reduce potentially preventable readmissions within the primary care context.
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