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Analytics Driven Improvement Efforts Reduces Surgical Supply Costs by $3.2M

Banner Health identified considerable variation in surgical supply use across its facilities. The health system desired a collaborative, data-driven strategy that would allow it to maintain high-quality outcomes while simultaneously decreasing costs across all procedures systemwide. To standardize supply use, Banner Health implemented an analytics application to help identify high-volume, high-cost surgical procedures that varied across the system. It then built standardized surgical preference cards for the high-volume procedures.

Featured Outcomes

  • $3.2M reduction in surgical supply costs for laparoscopic appendectomy, laparoscopic cholecystectomy, robotic assisted hysterectomy, and total hip and knee replacements, in just 15 months.

Population Health Strategies Improve Diabetes Management

Thibodaux Regional Health System recognized its patients with Type 2 diabetes had hemoglobin A1C (HbA1c) levels that exceeded the evidence-based guidelines for blood glucose control and sought to improve the health of this patient population. Using a data platform and a consistent improvement methodology, Thibodaux Regional learned more about the challenges to diabetes self-management in its population. The organization was then able to improve its outreach and support for patients with diabetes.

Featured Outcomes

  • 19.1 percent relative reduction of HbA1c for patients with diabetes in the first year of the organization’s improvement efforts.
  • 14.5 percent relative reduction of HbA1c for patients with diabetes in the second year of its improvement efforts.

Engaging Providers to Transform Blood Transfusion Practices

Thibodaux Regional Health System sought to transform its blood transfusion practices. Aware that blood transfusions were often over-used, Thibodaux Regional’s leadership prioritized engaging providers to decrease unnecessary transfusions, reduce potential risks to patients, and improve costs of care. The organization leveraged data and analytics to better understand opportunities for improvement.

Featured Outcomes

  • $104K reduction in costs, the result of a 28.6 percent relative reduction in red blood cell transfusion.

Reducing Clinic No-Show Rates Increases Revenue by $1M Annually

Memorial Hospital at Gulfport (Memorial) knew that decreasing clinic no-show rates was an opportunity to increase revenue, eliminate delays in care, and improve care coordination for its patients. With a robust data platform, Memorial leveraged its data and analytics to better understand the reasons behind its high no-show rates. With actionable data, the organization implemented measures to effectively improve its no-show rates and increase revenue.

Featured Outcomes

  • Nearly $804K in additional revenue in just seven months, more than $1M annually, the result of a 28 percent relative reduction in the no-show rate.

Evidence-Based Strategies Reduce Voluntary Turnover and Labor Costs

Caregiver satisfaction and voluntary turnover at Community Health Network (CHNw) were negatively impacted by a lack of standard processes, which resulted in rework and communication gaps regarding procedures and increased labor costs, reducing CHNw’s environmental services (EVS) team’s ability to deliver core services. In an effort to reduce voluntary turnover rates, CHNw convened an improvement team to improve processes, training, and communication related to cleaning requests, which has led to reduced voluntary turnover and labor costs.

Featured Outcomes

  • Four consecutive months without voluntary turnover, and a 28.7% relative reduction in voluntary turnover.
  • $104K reduction in labor costs.
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