ASH RAPP – Alice Springs Hospital ReAdmission Prevention Project

Project Details

Description

Hospitals face high levels of emergency presentations and demand for inpatient care particularly for Aboriginal Australian people from remote communities. Readmissions lead to overcrowded emergency departments and poorer patient outcomes. We will evaluate the efficacy of a multidimensional case-based management intervention linking hospital and primary health in a regional Australian hospital with the aim of reducing hospital readmission and improving patient outcomes.

Funded AUD 546,862.00
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/01/1431/12/17

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