In COVID hotspots, hospitals and other health care providers quickly rose to the occasion this spring when faced with a rapid influx of new patients. Catholic Home Care & Good Shepherd Hospice on Long Island cared for more than 1,100 COVID-positive patients and 400 hospice patients who are COVID positive. They've also kept a rehospitalization rate to less than 1%. How did they do it?
Kim Kranz, president at Catholic Home Care & Good Shepherd Hospice, joined this episode of Netsmart CareThreads to talk about what's involved in taking care of patients with COVID-19.
What we discussed with Kim:
This discussion with Kim Kranz was taken from our show Netsmart CareThreads.
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