The Value Initiative Members in Action: Children’s Wisconsin – Milwaukee, WI

Better Communication with Families Improves Outcomes

By expanding communication with patients and families throughout the continuum of care, Children’s Wisconsin sees a higher engagement of family caregivers in their children’s health, leading to fewer visits to the ED and a decrease in avoidable readmissions. Improved communication among providers also yielded a reduction in clinical variation. Read more.

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