Tully Hill®

Post-Treatment Outcomes

 

TULLY HILL

 

Tully Hill employs a web-based, post-discharge survey to gather information about patients’ statuses up to 1 year after their discharge. Our survey, which is easy to access and complete, obtains patient discharge information in such areas as:

 

 

Abstinence from drug of choice 12-Step recovery program participation
Tobacco use Employment status
Overall quality of life Aftercare compliance

 

 

POST-DISCHARGE SURVEY

 


Applicable to the 533 routine discharges (treatment completed, Inpatient and Outpatient) that occurred in the first nine months of 2018, 120 (23%) of our post-discharge surveys were submitted. Fifty-nine (59, 49%) of the 120 submitted surveys were completed and 61 (51%) were partially completed.

 

Efforts are underway to increase discharged patient participation in this survey. In addition, it must be noted that this data is subjective, self-reported information and an unscientific ‘snapshot’ of what ‘value’ in general currently encompasses for Tully Hill. Once scientific, objective standardization of performance measures is established, Tully Hill will adjust to and adopt them in its effort to continue to contribute to actual collaborative care.

 

Post-Treatment Outcomes YTD 2018

LENGTH OF TIME SINCE DISCHARGE (77 respondents)

88%

<6 mo.

4%

6 mo.

8%

1 year

   

 

QUALITY OF LIFE SINCE DISCHARGE

(77 respondents)

PROGRAM COMPLETED

(78 respondents)

     75% Much better

    16% Better

     86% Inpatient

    14% Outpatient

 

 

83% Of Patients Surveyed

Reported Being Employed

 

WORK WEEK (78 respondents)

88% Employed 35+ hrs per week 

12% Employed <35 hrs per week

 

HAVE A 12-STEP PROGRAM SPONSOR 

(66 respondents)

71%

Have A 12-Step

Program Sponsor

PARTICIPATE IN A 12-STEP PROGRAM 

(67 respondents)

76%

Participate in 12-Step Program & Meetings Regularly

19% Occasionally

COMPLY WITH MEDICAL RECOMMENDATIONS 

(64 respondents)

83%

Compliance With Medical Recommendations – Attend Appointment(s), Get Test(s), Take Medications Post – Discharge

14% None Recommended

 

 

TIMES ARRESTED SINCE DISCHARGE 

(69 respondents)

 

 

HOSPITAL ER VISITS SINCE DISCHARGE 

(62 respondents)

 

 

HOSPITALIZATION SINCE DISCHARGE 

(62 respondents)

 93% None

 1% 1 Time

8% 1 Time

 89% None

89% None

2% 1 Time

 


Patients Reported

NO DRUG USE

Since Discharge

 

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Call Tully Hill (315) 696-6114 ext. 135