Predictive Modeling Options to Cut Preventable Admissions

Minich-Pourshadi, Karen
April 2012
HealthLeaders Magazine;Apr2012, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p48
The article reports on the efforts of U.S. hospitals to look for predictive modeling options to improve care and reduce costs. Parkland Health & Hospital System uses the program called e-Model. Mount Sinai Medical Center identifies and targets for intervention patients at high risk for readmission through the admission history data. The aim of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center in creating predictive model program is to change their approach to care from reactive to proactive.


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