Tag: Johns Hopkins

4 Types of Patient Registries to Boost Performance

Creating registries to focus improvement efforts is one of the more common strategies teams take to impact outcomes. But there is no denying that getting registries to target the right areas of opportunity can take you closer to your goals, whereas getting it wrong can turn out to be a futile effort. Here we breakdown…
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Identifying Frailty – Risk Stratification Analytics Part 7

Frailty, while sometimes referred to as the normal aging process, is not always seen in geriatric patients. Rather, frailty as part of risk stratification is defined as a set of health characteristics that are associated with poor health outcomes, no matter the age. While there is no standard definition or formal diagnosis of frailty, identification…
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