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Transferring patients both safely and efficiently from hospital to their homes is often a complex and time-consuming task. B. Braun can support healthcare professionals across all facilities to achieve a smooth, seamless and holistic organization of this process.
of the patients require follow-up care after being discharged from the hospital.
of the patients are readmitted to hospital unplanned within 30 days.
of hospital readmissions are avoidable.
Physicians and nurses in hospitals and outpatient care facilities face the daily challenge of developing safe, sustainable and lean methods to ensure high quality in transition. As your partner, we help you improve your own processes and we can actively take over from patient discharge to the start of follow-up care, thus closing the care gap.
Our experts evaluate your current patient discharge procedure and your resource capabilities.
Our experts discuss and develop an optimized patient discharge procedure with you, based on your specific requirements and available resources.
Our experts arrange workshops and trainings for your health care professionals to be able to adjust seamlessly to the new method, in accordance with the previously agreed-upon discharge process.
Our experts continuously consult with you during the implementation of the new procedure.
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