Lutheran Medical Center

Hospital Transformation Program

The Hospital Transformation Program (HTP) is a Health Care Policy and Finance program designed to: strengthen community engagement, reduce costs, and enhance care coordination for patients enrolled in Medicaid. The program aims to improve patient outcomes through care redesign and integration with community-based providers, lower Medicaid costs through reductions in avoidable care, and prepare Colorado hospitals for future value-based payment environments.

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The Hospital Transformation Program Application Summary

Click here to review a list and brief description of each of SCL Health's selected measures

View the full application

Click here to review the hospital's planned stakeholder engagement and proposed intervention strategies

Review the intervention proposals

Click here to review the full intervention proposal document

                                         The links below provider a detailed summary of the scope and goals of each proposed HTP intervention. 

   SW-RAH1: 30-Day All-Cause Risk Adjusted Hospital Readmission

   SW-CP1: Social Needs Screening and Notification  

   SW-BH1: Collaborative Discharge Planning Process and Notification 

   SW-BH3: Using Alternative to Opioids in the Hospital ED’s

   SW-COE1: Hospital Index

   SW-PH1: Severity Adjusted Length of Stay

   RAH4: Percentage of Patients with Ischemic Stroke who are Discharged on Statin Meds (eCQM)

   CP6: Screening and Referral for Perinatal and Postpartum Depression and Anxiety and Notification of Positive Screens to           the RAE

   CP4: Screening for Transitions of Care Supports in Adults with Disabilities

   COE2: Implementation/Expansion of Telemedicine Visits

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