Hospitalization Rate and Days Spent at Home as Value-Based Outcome Measures for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Providing Thought Leadership / September 21, 2020

Hospitalization Rate and Days Spent at Home as Value-Based Outcome Measures for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

As part of the BrightSpring National Lecture Series, Chief Medical Officer Dr. William Mills delivered an online presentations on September 16, 2020 looking at hospitalization rates and days spent at home as care measures for individuals with I/DD.
A recording of the webinar is available for replay via the link below.

Presentation Details

Hospitalization rate and days spent at home have emerged as appropriate outcome measures that result in quality care at a lower cost for people with I/DD. Between October 1, 2018, and September 30, 2019, ResCare clients with I/DD spent an average of 360 days per year at home in the community, outside of hospitals and nursing homes.

Watch and listen to the Webinar Replay

(Runtime: 67 minutes)

 

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