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Project Evaluation Activity in Support of Partnership for Patients: Interim Evaluation Report, Appendices

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  • Robert Fornango
  • Gina M. Tignini
  • Cindy Strickland
  • Rochelle Malinoff
  • Michael Lichter
  • Ravee Nithianandam
  • Nikhil Nagaraj
  • Bin Gu
  • Jason Martindale
  • Sunny Bateman
  • Julia Lewis
  • Malissa Mojica
  • Brian Starr
  • Valerie Cheh
  • Suzanne Felt-Lisk
  • Jelena Zurovac
  • Keith Kranker
  • Jessica Heeringa
  • Lori Timmins
  • Andrea Wysocki
  • Javier Rodriguez
  • Linda Barterian
  • Mariel Finucane
  • Arnold Chen
  • Catherine McLaughlin
  • Kirsten Barrett
  • Tyler Fisher
  • Lauren Vollmer
  • Alex Bryce
  • Boriana Pratt

Abstract

This is an interim evaluation report for the Partnership for Patients (PfP) campaign. The goals of the evaluation were to assess the reduction in inpatient harms and readmissions during the period 2011–2014, and to assess, if possible, the contribution that PfP made to those reductions.

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  • Robert Fornango & Gina M. Tignini & Cindy Strickland & Rochelle Malinoff & Michael Lichter & Ravee Nithianandam & Nikhil Nagaraj & Bin Gu & Jason Martindale & Sunny Bateman & Julia Lewis & Malissa Moj, "undated". "Project Evaluation Activity in Support of Partnership for Patients: Interim Evaluation Report, Appendices," Mathematica Policy Research Reports eaad3859e28a4cc2bcb814199, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:eaad3859e28a4cc2bcb8141991fec223
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    Partnership for Patients; inpatient harms and readmissions;

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