You’ve been here before. Rising COPD readmission rates wreaking havoc on your institution—costing time, money, and valuable resources. While you try your best to set each patient up for sustainable success, change is difficult and demanding. And with change comes the risk of failure. So, what do you do?
Whether it’s making changes to a current COPD readmissions program or implementing a new one, insider Keith T. Kanel, MD, MHCM, FACP, says that in order to succeed boldly, you need to fail fast.
Read on to discover how various failures during the creation and implementation of his COPD readmissions reduction program ultimately led to big success.