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Hospital-wide Standardization of Handoff Communication at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

With handoffs occurring more than 3,000 times per day across its inpatient facility, Dartmouth-Hitchcock knew that handoffs were a high-leverage activity to focus on improving. Our case study written by Dr. Blike, Chief Quality and Value Officer, examines the business and financial case for making handoff intervention a priority for improvementnot only to deliver the best-quality care to patients, but to be competitive in every payment model.
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