TEXAS: Healthier Transitions
Texas healthcare providers are testing innovative ways to ease patients from one care setting to another—from hospital to home or rehab or long-term care—and give them the best chance of maintaining their health and not returning to the hospital. Providers are teaming up to prepare for a new era of healthcare reform and accountable care, where they're paid for keeping patients as healthy as possible.
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