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Presbyterian Healthcare Services – Albuquerque, NM
Hospitalization at Home Improves Quality and Outcomes for Patients

Presbyterian Healthcare Services found that treating patients at home helps prevent the onset of delirium, reduces fall risk, reduces the risk of infection and allows for increased mobility. Their Hospital at Home program bolstered the hospital’s response to COVID-19 by enabling PHS to triple their capacity for at-home admissions and free up hospital beds for patients that needed them most.

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