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by José A. Pagán, PhD, Hsueh-Fen Chen, PhD, and M.Christine Kalish, MBA, CMPE

Diabetes is one of the leading causes of death and disability in the United States, and hospitalization rates related to this health condition are high and costly to the United States health care system. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of an integrated, clinician-focused telehealth monitoring system on the probability of hospitalization for home health care patients with diabetes... Read Article (PDF Download, 4 pages)

from Home Care & Hospice Journal of Texas

During the coming five years we will see every sector of our healthcare industry far into their reformation— a process that will accelerate during the last half of this decade and beyond... Read Article (PDF Download, 3 pages)

July 25, 2010

Prepared by The Brittain-Kalish Group, LLC In partnership with the Department of Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health, University of North Texas Health Science Center

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The Remington Report

REMINGTON: Home Healthcare's Partners (HHP) has a successful telemonitoring program with almost 1200 patients now being monitored and data captured on over 11,000 completed telehealth episodes... Read Article (PDF Download, 4 pages)

March, 2010

Home Healthcare Partners (HHP) is a home healthcare and Telehealth company with a chronic disease management focus. Based in Dallas, Texas, and founded in 2003, HHP serves the needs of patients throughout Louisiana and much of Texas. HHP began its Telehealth specialty in April 2006 in order to provide superior care to chronically ill patients... Read Article (PDF Download, 9 pages).

Reducing avoidable hospital readmissions is an opportunity to improve quality and reduce costs in the health care system. This guide is designed to serve as a starting point for hospital leaders to assess, prioritize, implement, and monitor strategies to reduce avoidable readmissions... Read Article (January, 2010, 19 pages, PDF Download)


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