CHI Memorial Hospital in Chattanooga is Recognized by US News as one of the Best Regional Hospitals for High Performance in Heart Failure

Chattanooga CHI Memorial Hospital has been recognized by U.S. News as one of the best regional hospitals for their high performance in Heart Failure. Congratulations to the care transition team made up of our some of our very own TAVHealth employees. TAVHealth has been working for over 5 years with the CHI Heart Failure program to improve health outcomes and lower readmission rates. This  serves as a true testament to our people, process, and client partners.

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Motivational Interviewing Respectfully Dispels Social Determinant of Health Barriers

In this 4 minute podcast, TAVHealth's Cindy Buckels explains why motivational interviewing is more effective than the usual “Chunk-Check-Change” approach in transforming patient ambivalence and effecting the kind of behavior change that improves health.

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Social Determinants of Health for Complex Populations: Five Takeaways from the Inaugural Payer and Provider Summit

“I left feeling inspired by the passion and empathy that was shared, as well as the innovative ideas and the common language that addresses this needed and vital work in our local communities and throughout our national healthcare system.”

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Reaching For The Sky: What it’s like working for one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S.

"Being the first employee hired at TAVHealth has given me a front-row seat to the amazing growth. But it’s been more than a front-row seat. I’m not sitting in the shade watching TAV grow like a burgeoning vegetable garden. I’ve been there in the dirt alongside everyone else, planting seeds and cultivating our vision to help people improve lives."

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Iowa hospitals work to treat complex, low-income patients through population health management

"The TAV record — separate and different from an electronic health record — can later be accessed by all Community Health Partners — a group of nearly one dozen healthcare providers and social service agencies that work collectively to treat chronically ill, elderly and low-income people in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The program was born from the hospital’s desire to lower its readmission rates."  

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Bundled Payments: A Nurse's Perspective

"Bundled Payment encourages providers to communicate with one another because there is no other way that patient care and outcomes can improve. It is a good thing, especially for patients." In her recent blog, Natalie Martin BSN, RN, Clinical Care Coordinator for TAVHealth, analyzes how bundled payment programs actually impact results and readmissions.

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