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Medical Respite Programs & the IHI Triple Aim Framework

The Council’s new policy brief takes a look at the Institute for Health Care Improvement’s (IHI) Triple Aim framework and how medical respite care programs can add value to help health systems meet the three improvement goals of this model—population health, the patient’s experience of care, and the per capita cost of health care.

Learn how medical respite care programs can assist health care systems in achieving the Triple Aim, and explore applicable outcome measures that align these programs with the Triple Aim framework.

Read the brief.

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