Friday, November 5, 2010

RWJF Adds to Library of Interventions Tested at Hospitals to Increase Quality, Reduce Disparities

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) is releasing new “Promising Practices” stories describing how six hospitals took simple steps to reduce cardiac readmissions, improve language services or reduce disparities. The six new stories augment RWJF’s extensive library of Promising Practices that chronicle successful interventions hospitals nationwide implemented while participating in the Foundation’s collaborative quality improvement programs. These simple online summaries provide "how-to" guides for nurses, doctors and other hospital-based staff who want to lift the overall quality of care.

Check out the new stories:
Browse the entire free library of 142 Promising Practices. It includes video and audio files that bring these hospital interventions to life, as well as downloadable tools that can be easily adapted by other institutions.

Access the RWJF Promising Practices library.


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