Asthma is a severe health issue. One in 12 people had asthma in 2009 compared to 1 in 14 in 2001 – and cases are on the rise. Luckily, using the Rapid Results Approach can lead to some amazing outcomes in this population health challenge. Learn how Rapid Results Initiatives were used in one Connecticut hospital to gain a 31% improvement in Asthma Control Test (ACT) scores, and to reduce emergency room visits due to asthma to zero.
Improving population health in a community is a complex effort involving many people and groups. The Rapid Results Approach is a highly effective way for communities to learn how to make changes in ways that are directly linked to core measures of success – and then to continue expanding on success.
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