I-MPACT Publishes Article on Development of the Socioeconomic Screening, Active Engagement, Follow-up, Education, Discharge Readiness, and Consistency (SAFEDC) Model for Improving Transitions of Care: Participatory Design

April 12, 2022

Several members of the I-MPACT team (Dr. David Bozaan, Dr. Grace Jenq, Nkiru Okammor, and Karly Hendee) published an article in JMIR Formative Research on Development of the Socioeconomic Screening, Active Engagement, Follow-up, Education, Discharge Readiness, and Consistency (SAFEDC) Model for Improving Transitions of Care: Participatory Design. The article showcases the interactive, patient-centered model (SAFEDC) the I-MPACT CQI utilized when onboarding new participants of the collaborative, and how it can be utilized by others in the future to improve patient’s care transition experiences.

Link to article: https://formative.jmir.org/2022/4/e31277