In today’s healthcare environment, there is an overwhelming need to demonstrate the value and return on investment of implementing a new technology system. When used correctly, healthcare technology has the potential to greatly improve patient outcomes and decrease costs, particularly in the area of patient safety.
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In today’s healthcare environment, there is an overwhelming need to demonstrate the value and return on investment of implementing a new technology solution. When used correctly, healthcare technology has the potential to greatly improve patient outcomes and decrease costs, particularly in the area of patient safety.
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Root Cause Analysis (RCA) “is a structured method used to analyze serious adverse events” in healthcare. (1) The goal of an RCA is to identify any underlying problems in processes that increase the likelihood of an error with a non-punitive approach. When done effectively, an RCA can:
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Access Centers: The Need and The Challenges
Healthcare systems are increasingly focused on improving patient access to care in order to attract new patients and retain existing ones. (1)
Access centers act as an entry point to health systems and are critically important in not only improving patient outcomes, but also expanding revenue and improving margins. (1)
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Performance Health Partners' Low-Code Solutions Are Driving Digital Transformation in Quality and Patient Safety
Digital transformations in healthcare rely on data-driven technology to improve patient outcomes.
It’s not unusual for larger organizations to routinely juggle information between 800-1,000 applications across disparate, siloed IT systems. (1)
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Patient safety programs can have a meaningful impact in making care safer and reducing costs through the Prevention of Healthcare-Acquired Conditions (HACs) (1).
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We are currently witnessing the modernization of patient safety, clinical quality and outcomes management in healthcare. And yet, the majority of the more than 890,000 healthcare facilities in the United States (1)– especially small to mid-sized providers – have not yet implemented technology to manage and monitor outcomes in patient safety and quality.