Heart failure is one of the top diagnoses involved with readmissions throughout the Great Plains and Lake Superior Quality Innovation Networks. Providing targeted assistance to Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) patients in the home setting after discharge can lead to better patient outcomes and reductions in readmissions. This webinar is the fourth in a series of webinars to assist communities in this seven-state region improve heart failure care.
Health care professionals interested in improving heart failure care including, but not limited to: nurses, HF program coordinators, cardiologists, program medical directors, quality improvement personnel.
- Explain the challenges of addressing complex CHF patient needs in the home setting
- Identify the benefits of forming strong community partnerships to support CHF patients
- Review key points of one organization’s three-part strategy; home health, meals on wheels and patient education
Diane Schuh, RN, BSN
Manager of Case Management/Social Services Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center
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Continuing Education Information
Other Webinars in This Series
Webinar 1: Heart Failure 101
Tuesday, June 20 – Recording Available
Webinar 2: Improve Heart Failure Self Care and Reduce Readmissions Using Data to Understand the Problem
Thursday, July 27 – Recording Available
Webinar 3: Standardizing Heart Failure Education and Engaging Your Patients in the Standard
Wednesday, August 23 – Recording Available
Webinar 5: Engaging Heart Failure Patients in Managing Their Care, Tuesday, October 31 – Recording Available
Webinar 6: Managing CHF When Treatment Becomes Comfort
Thursday, December 14 – Recording Available