Crouse Hospital employees Christina Bond, MS, FACHE and Diane Nanno, BSN, spoke at a conference sponsored by the New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System on March 9 in New York City. The conference, titled Strategies and Partnerships to Reduce Readmissions, featured healthcare professionals from the New York City area and focused on ways in which readmissions can be reduced by evaluating trends and identifying risks and opportunities.
Bond, director of senior centered care, and Nanno, the area’s first and only transition coach, addressed hospital-based initiatives to reduce readmissions. They focused specifically on “Reducing Utilization through the Care Transitions Intervention” and reflected on such experiences at Crouse Hospital.
The conference was an opportunity for Bond and Nanno to discuss readmissions strategies with other healthcare professionals while demonstrating that Crouse Hospital is an innovative organization on the forefront of medical advancement.
New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System is an internationally recognized organization known best for its medical, surgical, and emergency care services. The hospital has been distinguished by U.S. News & World Report as one of 21 of America’s Best Hospitals from 2009-2010.