- How does the Care Transitions Intervention (CTI®) work meet clinicians’ needs and empower patients to actively manage their care?
- What are the outcomes I can expect?
- What are some examples of organizations that have used the CTI® successfully?
This resource describes the CTI®, which provides patients and caregivers with the skills and tools necessary for individuals to assume a more active role in their care. The CTI® was co-designed with patients and families and was evaluated using randomized controlled trials.
- Patients who received the CTI® were significantly less likely to be readmitted to the hospital, and the benefits lasted for five months after the end of the one-month intervention.
- Anticipated net cost savings for a typical panel of 350 chronically ill adults with an initial hospitalization over 12 months is estimated to be at least $365,000.
- Patients who participated in this program were more likely to achieve self-identified personal goals around symptom management and functional recovery; fifty-two percent met or exceeded self-identified personal care goals.
- When organizations are trained by the Care Transitions Program®, they can expect reductions in admission rates of 20–50 percent.
- The site includes case studies on organizations that used the approach, including Dominican Sisters Family Health Service, North Mississippi Medical Center, and Finger Lakes Health System Agency.