CTA Presents to ARC Action Network

Lynn Redington, Senior Program Director at the Center for Technology and Aging, and Andrew Broderick, Research Director at the Center for Innovation and Technology in Public Health, recently presented a review of Technologies for Improving Post-Acute Care Transitions to the ARC Action Network (Avoid Readmissions Through Collaboration). Andrew and Lynn highlighted readmission improvement opportunities, trends, and case examples from CTA’s related position paper and grantmaking initiatives. CITPH’s work on readmissions, which is funded by the Commonwealth Fund, was also described. ARC (www.avoidreadmissions.com) is a California-based collaborative that shares evidence-based

approaches known to reduce readmissions along with tactical and practical ways to implement them. ARC’s goal is to reduce 30 and 90-day

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