HHC earns Triple Aim Award

Tracy Wodatch, vice president of Clinical and Regulatory Services, Connecticut Association for Healthcare at Home, left, presents the organization’s Triple Aim Award to Wendy Martinson, MSN, RN, director of Care Transitions, Hartford Health Care at Home.

Tracy Wodatch, vice president of Clinical and Regulatory Services, Connecticut Association for Healthcare at Home, left, presents the organization’s Triple Aim Award to Wendy Martinson, MSN, RN, director of Care Transitions, Hartford Health Care at Home.

Hartford HealthCare (HHC) at Home recently received the Triple Aim Award from the Connecticut Association for Healthcare at Home in recognition for its innovative method of improving health outcomes, access to care and reducing costs.

The Transitional Care RN (TCRN) program provides patient-centered, free visits to individuals in the community who are not presently receiving certified home-care services.

Wendy Martinson, MSN, RN, director of Care Transitions, Hartford Health Care at Home, accepted the award on behalf of the Hartford HealthCare at Home TCRN program at the association’s annual conference held Oct. 18 at the Hartford Marriott Downtown. Other TCRN team members include Lillian Swan, RN, BSN, Monica Leone, RN, and Nicholas Arsenault, MSN, RN, CNL.

“The TCRN Program is a unique service that has been able to facilitate better outcomes for our patients. The program has received glowing feedback through our patient satisfaction surveys. Because of this program, many individuals gained access to services they desperately needed to age safely at home,” Martinson said in an HHC press release.

For more information about Hartford HealthCare at Home, visit hartfordhealthcareathome.org

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