Tobacco use remains the top cause of preventable death in the United States. Tobacco users entering the healthcare system are at an ideal time and place to try to quit and start living a tobacco-free life. Establishing a comprehensive, executive-level Quit-Tobacco System for patients is the most effective way to help your patients quit.
An annual Patient Quit-Tobacco System license includes unlimited access to:
Assessment. A comprehensive survey assessing your identification of tobacco use, team approach to counseling, evidence-based treatment options, reimbursement procedures and evaluation metrics. Each question is weighted on thorough evidence review.
Reports. Executive summary offering grades, progress over time, comparison to sector, size and geographic region; recommendations generated for inpatient and outpatient settings demonstrating highest priority areas of focus, and an action plan.
Training and Implementation Support. Tools for each phase of the action plan, case studies from real-world implementation, model protocols, e-newsletters offering resources and best practices, and online training with topical presentations, guest speakers, and tools for improvement.
Recognition. Gold-level recognition upon attainment of ‘A’ grades, recognition on websites, reports and other Prevention Partners materials.
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