Care Coordination

For every 1,000 Medicare patients discharged from the hospital, about 48 will return within 30 days.


Telligen works with community coalitions of healthcare providers, organizations and people with Medicare to find solutions to the problems associated with avoidable readmissions. Our data-driven analyses and proven quality improvement techniques encourage better care coordination among healthcare providers. This helps people with Medicare receive the care they need, when they need it and in the correct setting.

Our work:

  • Helps reduce unnecessary hospitalizations among your patients with Medicare.
  • Facilitates decreases in emergency department visits and hospital readmissions related to adverse drug events.
  • Helps increase the number of days your patients with Medicare spend at home and out of the hospital.

Download our fact sheet (below) to learn more about this healthcare quality improvement work.


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services National Care Transitions Awareness Day increases awareness and action among healthcare providers of the importance of safe and effective care transitions between all care settings. Here’s Stacy Tabor of Touching Hearts at Home Colorado talking about care transition tools and education that the South Denver Care Continuum offers its members.


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Kate LaFollette