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The connection between patient satisfaction and readmission rates

Posted 13 September 2017

Did you know that higher overall patient satisfaction and satisfaction with discharge planning are associated with lower 30-day hospital readmission rates?

One study suggests that taking a patient-centered approach can be an important component in the evaluation and management of hospital performance. The patient-centered information that SONIFI Health’s interactive solution delivers through TVs and tablets inspires active patient participation along the care continuum for positive behavior change and improved outcomes.

Learn more about the Boulding [et al.] readmission study and patient satisfaction by reading our white paper: How Does Patient Satisfaction Impact the Likelihood of Readmission?

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