Building Partnerships Atlanta Care Transitions Initiative April 2011 . Atlanta Care Transitions Workgroup. Build linkages and partnerships Share best practices and results Educate the medical and social service networks Educate consumers and families Promote common understanding
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Atlanta Care Transitions Initiative
Personal Health Record Red Flags Follow-Up Medication Adherence
Linkage to Support Services
1. Tell me what caused your hospitalization.
2. Tell me what you understand about your discharge plan.
If the client is still in the hospital: Are you working with a discharge planner?
3. Do you have a follow up appointment scheduled with your primary care
(should be 7-10 days following discharge)
If the client is already home: Did you go to your follow up appointment?
Do you understand how to take your medications and what side effects to
watch for and report?
Is paying for them a problem?
If the client is already home: Did you get your medications yet?
5. Do you know what the warning signs (or red flags) are for your condition? Tell me what you were told to watch for and report.
III. Service Delivery System
Service Delivery System DeKalb Pilot Project
DeKalb Preliminary ResultsApril 1 – June 30, 2010
IV. Consumer Education
Incorporating Care Transitions into RSVP
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