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Real-Time Data Enables Improvement, Reducing Bariatric Surgery Costs by $840K

August 4, 2021
Featured Outcomes
  • 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.

Charge Integrity Analytics Improves Revenue Recognition, Retaining More Than $6M

July 14, 2021
Featured Outcomes
  • $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.

AI Can Advance Health Equity

June 3, 2021
Featured Outcomes
  • 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.

Population Health Analytics Enables Improved Quality Increasing Revenue by Nearly $1M

January 28, 2020
Featured Outcomes
  • Nearly $1M in revenue from the Medicare Shared Savings Program over two years.
  • 11 different quality measures improved in just one year.
  • $320K in savings, the result of eliminating third-party quality reporting software.

Comprehensive Heart Failure Improvements Lead to Reduced Readmissions, Mortality, and Costs

November 5, 2020
Featured Outcomes
  • 18.6 percent relative reduction in the HF 30-day readmission rate in one year—with the current readmission rate 13.6 percent lower than the national average.
  • 10.9 percent relative reduction in the cost of care for patients with HF.
  • 37.3 percent relative reduction in the hospital mortality rate for patients with HF.
  • $544K in cost savings.

Transforming Care Saves Millions and Improves Patient Outcomes

October 22, 2020
Featured Outcomes
  • More than $6.6 million in financial improvements.
  • Improved outcomes for thousands of patients across multiple populations.
  • 40 percent of Thibodaux Regional’s employed physicians have been engaged in clinical improvement.

Smartsourcing Clinical Data Abstraction Improves Quality, Reduces Costs, and Optimizes Team Member Engagement

September 24, 2020
Featured Outcomes
  • 49 percent relative improvement in clinical chart abstraction efficiency at Banner Health.
  • 15 percent reduction in the labor costs for clinical chart abstraction services at CHNw.
  • 30 percent relative improvement in team member engagement.

Analytics and Provider Operations Support Generates Nearly $2M in Shared Savings

August 27, 2020
Featured Outcomes
  • Nearly $2M in shared savings in just one year.
  • Six percent increase in Medicare hierarchical condition category (HCC) risk scores.
  • Nearly a 70 percent reduction in the time required to complete pre-visit planning in the first week after implementation.

Patient-Centered LOS Reduction Initiative Improves Outcomes, Saves Costs

June 23, 2016
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U.S. hospital stays cost the health system at least $377.5 billion per year. In today’s value-based care environment, hospitals are under increasing pressure to avoid patient harm and maintain quality while also lowering costs. Reducing hospital length of stay (LOS), especially as it relates to avoiding unnecessary hospital-acquired conditions (HACs), is a primary indicator of a hospital’s success in achieving these goals.

El Camino Hospital, a 395-bed multi-specialty community hospital in Mountain View, Calif., places a high priority on keeping patients safe. However, when it came to its goal of reducing LOS, leaders recognized that they faced some major challenges, including:

  • The complexity of implementing a multi-layered, multidisciplinary approach to improving the patient discharge process.
  • Identifying what issues were contributing the most to increased LOS so that they could be addressed.

By implementing analytics and protocols that provide access to actionable data, the LOS reduction team was able to identify patients at high risk for increased LOS so that they could develop and track critical interventions. El Camino Hospital’s patient-centered approach to tackling LOS reduction also included multidisciplinary cooperation, leadership buy-in, and additional resources to enhance discharge care coordination.

This innovative, systematic approach resulted in not only a better than anticipated reduction in average LOS (ALOS) of 7.8 percent, but also:

  • 14.8 percent reduction in readmissions
  • 55 percent reduction in healthcare acquired conditions (HACs)
  • 32 percent reduction in incidence of AHRQ patient safety indicators (PSIs)
  • $2.2 million projected annual cost savings

Evidence-Based Care Process Model Reduces SSIs and Readmissions

June 24, 2016
Featured Outcomes
  • 92 percent reduction in colorectal surgery SSI rates
  • 28.5 percent reduction in mortality
  • 10.6 percent reduction in 30-day readmissions
  • 4.4 percent reduction in LOS
  • 8.5 percent reduction in cost per case

Reducing HAC Rates to Keep Kids Safe and Healthy

June 27, 2016
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The hospital’s implementation of its comprehensive and collaborative HAC reduction plan has resulted in measurable quality of care improvements and cost reductions, including:

  • $1.6 million savings realized to date as a result of a 30 percent reduction in the overall number of HACs
  • 23 percent reduction in central line-associated blood stream infections (CLABSIs)
  • 74 percent reduction of pressure ulcers (PUs)
  • 68 percent reduction in venous thromboembolisms (VTEs)

How to Reduce Clinical Variation and Improve Outcomes While Demonstrating a Positive ROI

August 25, 2016
Featured Outcomes
  • $2,401 reduction in cost per patient with order set utilization, and an 8.4-day difference in average length of stay (LOS).
  • $15 million reduction in total direct variable costs in Fiscal Year 2015, $32 million anticipated reduction in Fiscal Year 2016 at the current order set usage rate, and a potential $64 million annual reduction with a hypothetical 80 percent order set usage rate.
  • 1,629 percent return on investment (ROI).