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Table 1 Profile of participating hospitals

From: Implementation and adaptation of the Re-Engineered Discharge (RED) in five California hospitals: a qualitative research study

Hospital Location Hospital type & number of beds RED implementation start and target pop: Average # discharges annually (2009-2014)
A Suburban/Urban Military hospital. 205 beds. Fully implemented EMR. Implemented in June 2012. 100% of patients in general medicine and surgery 4356
B Suburban Safety net, community, tertiary care, non-profit. 160 general acute care beds, 14 ICU. Fully implemented EMR. Implemented in Nov 2012. 100% of patients 18 + in general medicine and surgery (Acute care only, medical and surgical) 7967
C Urban Teaching/academic, safety net, community, non-profit. 375 total beds (180 acute care). Partially implemented EMR. Implemented in 2013. Target pop originally ≥ age 55 for AMI, PNA, COPD patients; then ≥ 18 for patients with CHF, now all adults 16,905
D Suburban Safety net, community, non-profit. 217 beds. Fully implemented EMR. Implemented in Nov 2012. Target patients at highest risk for readmissions. (Inpatient only) 7856
E Urban Teaching/academic, community, non-profit. 313 beds. Fully implemented EMR. Implemented in Sept 2013. All adults. 12,564