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Are you at risk for readmission?

Have you been admitted to the hospital within last 30 days? Are you at risk for readmission?

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    Have you been admitted as Inpatient to a hopital within last 30 days?
    • A.
      Agree
      (1 points)
    • B.
      Disagree
      (0 points)
  • 2.
    If you have been diagnosed with any of the following: Acute Myocardial Infarction, COPD, Heart Failure, Pneumonia, CABG, Total Hip or Knee Arthroplasty? 
    • A.
      Agree
      (1 points)
    • B.
      Disagree
      (0 points)
  • 3.
    Do you have a primary care provider?
    • A.
      Agree
      (0 points)
    • B.
      Disagree
      (1 points)
  • 4.
    Do you have difficulties purchasing your medication?
    • A.
      Agree
      (1 points)
    • B.
      Disagree
      (0 points)
  • 5.
    Do you have family and/or community support?
    • A.
      Agree
      (0 points)
    • B.
      Disagree
      (1 points)
  • 6.
    Do you access emergency rooms or urgent care facilities as opposed to making appoinments with your primary care provider?
    • A.
      Agree
      (1 points)
    • B.
      Disagree
      (0 points)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    0 to 2 points:
    You are classified as low risk of readmission
    Great job! Annual or follow-up appointments are a common best practice to keeping you healthy!
  • 2.
    3 to 4 points:
    You are classified as moderate risk of readmission
    You are at moderate risk for readmission! It is important that continue to follow up with your primary care provider. Follow up appointments are an important part of improving and reducing this risk.
  • 3.
    5 to 6 points:
    You are classified as HIGH RISK of readmission 
    Make an appointment with your primary care provider as soon as time permits. You and your health care team should develop a personalized plan for monitoring your health over the next few weeks. In case of an emergency dial 911