The Fragility Fracture Program: Improving Quality of Care for a Challenging Patient Population
Fractures in patients with osteoporosis are one of the most common trauma conditions for hospitals. They occur in one of the most difficult patient populations to treat—elderly patients with multiple and many times unmanaged comorbidities. This white paper discusses how creating a dedicated fragility fracture program can ensure high-quality, integrated care for this complex patient population. By improving care coordination and streamlining processes, a fragility fracture program can improve patient outcomes and enhance patient satisfaction while also strengthening the hospital’s financial performance.
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