Urban academic medical center taps affordable connectivity program to advance Medicaid population health initiative

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A 350-bed safety net hospital launched a program to improve post-discharge transitions to home and care plan engagement among Medicaid patients – with a goal of keeping care plan compliance for 11 months. Follow-up communication challenges caused delays and drop-offs. The academic medical center tapped the Equiva ACP Connect program to put its own care management resources directly into the hands of patients via broadband-connected tablets provided at discharge.

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