$3M in revenue recovered from resolving nearly 150 payer denial cases.
$32.2M decrease in healthcare spending.
Visualization of pre-adjudicated claims data for more than 35 different practices and 150 providers—clearing the path for these practices and providers to join Carle’s CIN. $100K in manual labor costs avoided. Regulatory reporting compliance achieved.
$1M grant awarded for renovation to create a behavioral health crisis stabilization unit.
In just nine days, ChristianaCare leveraged DOS and data science tools to develop and implement a COVID-19 bamlanivimab eligibility machine learning model. Automating the identification of eligible patients accelerated the organization’s ability to deliver monoclonal antibodies for the treatment of COVID-19.
CHNw has achieved $840K in reduced costs annually. 15.7 percent relative decrease in the average length of stay. 15.5 percent increase in the number of patients with zero milligram morphine equivalents (MMEs). 59.4 percent relative reduction in average MMEs.
$100K in manual labor costs avoided, the result of eliminating multiple iterations and meetings to obtain the necessary data and analyses. >$10M in cost and utilization opportunity identified. >90 percent improvement in analytics efficiency. Analyses that previously required months to complete are now completed in minutes.
$6.1M in net revenue retained, a result of the timely resolution of more than 350 charge capture issues identified by daily audits in the analytics solution.
$16M in costs avoided, the result of a: 68.5 percent relative reduction in the number of days patients spent hospitalized. 22.8 percent relative reduction in length of stay. 43.8 percent relative reduction in readmission rate. 700 fewer ambulance transports, freeing up ambulances for medical emergencies. 1,425 fewer ED visits, improving ED capacity for patients in need of emergency care.
$1.8M in cost savings, achieved by avoiding 61 hospital admissions and seven intensive care unit admissions.
By leveraging its analytics platform and AI, ChristianaCare now has a systematic approach to evaluate health equity as a core part of its commitment to quality. The organization has driven key insight using this approach, including overcoming disparities in COVID-19 testing and increasing access to care through innovative clinics that combine virtual primary care and COVID-19 testing in some of Wilmington’s underserved communities.
Daily contact tracing data available with the click of a button for more than 600 patients and thousands of employees. Rapid identification of potential exposures, ensuring timely follow-up. 1,000 hours of burdensome, manual data collection eliminated. Infection preventionists are able to redirect that time into preventing further spread of COVID-19.