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FamilyCrisisCenter of Washtenaw ​734-660-7059

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Prevention in Practice

Care Transitions Pathway


  1.Patient admitted to hospital    

2. Liaison starts case

management with

patient and family

3. Liaison connects

with outpatient

providers to share

patient information

4. Liaison connects with

community supports

Patient discharged

from hospital

5. Liaison follows up by phone

within two days and in

person within seven days

6. Patient meets with

outpatient providers

7. Patient connects with

community supports

8. Liaison continues to

meet with patient for

at least 90 days

SAFE CARE TRANSITIONS

It’s important to help plan and coordinate a patient’s transition from one health care setting to another, or to their home.

Supporting safe care transitions is a key part of a comprehensive approach to suicide prevention. Research has shown that a patient’s suicide risk increases immediately after discharge from an inpatient hospitalization. Providing follow-up support to the patient at this time can help reduce their risk of future suicide attempts.

Steps to ensure effective care transitions include the following:

1. Prepare for a patient’s hospital discharge so they have resources and supports in place when they return home

2. Follow up with a patient after they leave the hospital

3. Help to coordinate a patient’s behavioral