HIP has launched a new web-based resource, HIPxChange (www.hipxchange.org). This website provides toolkits and materials for evidence-based health system change based on research conducted by HIP-affiliated investigators and their research partners.
The first featured toolkit on HIPxChange is the Madison VA Coordinated Transitional Care (C-TraC) toolkit, developed by Dr. Amy Kind. C-TraC is a low-resource telephone-based program designed to assist hospital systems challenged by distance, constrained resources, and patient vulnerability to help their patients to more safely transition between the hospital and the community.
Check back in the future for additional toolkits and videocasts.