HF v3 is the result of exemplary work by globally recognized clinical experts in Heart Failure. HF v3 incorporates AHA/ACC Heart Failure Guidelines and other evidence-based initiatives that have been proven through science and research.
HF v3 is for hospitals interested in:
- Creating a successful HF disease management program
- Reducing HF readmissions
- Managing HF more effectively in both the pre-hospital and Emergency Department settings in order to reduce delays in treatment
- Improving patient satisfaction scores
- Engaged care coordination of the multidisciplinary team across the entire care continuum
- Reducing CMS penalties associated with VBP
HF v3 Accreditation includes the indispensable Accreditation Conformance Database (ACD). Designed for clinicians by clinicians, HF v3 keeps patient flow at the center of data aggregation. A vast range of clinical scenarios, metrics and process drill-downs show you everything from population length-of-stay and readmission rates to Emergency Department throughput, specific provider type care measures, rate of consults and much more. Not only will you be able to see these data elements presented for your entire heart failure population but also through the presentation of individual patient encounters.
This accreditation is meant to not only facilitate end user success, but more importantly, to increase your organization's return on investment. HF v3's Calculated Measures offer access to the patient level data you need to make the directed interventions that count.
Heart Failure v3 Designations
Heart Failure v3: This accreditation is for facilities that must transfer/refer patients that require heart transplant or other more advanced types of mechanical circulatory support.
Advanced HF v3: This accreditation designation has been established for facilities that demonstrate management of advanced heart failure; this may include heart transplant and mechanical circulatory support. These facilities must have an identified HF Specialist provider and meet other specific mandatory criteria.