address your patient progression challenges

Your Patient Progression Challenges:

  • Improving Patient Outcomes, Quality of Patient Care, Safety, and Experience
  • Staffing Issues (Shortages, Retention, Engagement)
  • No defined or standard process to proactively address and escalate progression barriers
  • Lack of clearly defined length of stay (LOS) targets to guide the care team
  • Communication challenges and lack of alignment on patient progression goals between nursing, physicians, and ancillary service areas.
  • Preparing for Value-Driven Care
 

Create More Time for Patients

4 Best Practices For Creating Efficiency in Patient Care Progression

Near and dear to the hearts of you, the nursing leader for your hospital, is finding ways to shift more of staff time to actually caring for patients.

To do that, we have to go beyond the EMR. You may already know that to be true. Yet how that gets done may be the real challenge. Check out this recently published article for some insights on just how to start making that happen.

 

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 improve patient progression and ensure better patient outcomes

Progress care and overcome challenges

With Care Progression:

Your care teams work toward a common care plan and length of stay goal for each patient. They can readily identify patients who are not progressing as expected and why. You’re confident that progression barriers are being addressed proactively. Nursing units provide timely, quality patient care which results in a positive patient experience. You are optimizing patient progression on your nursing units.

 

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Sustainable Success

Care Progression Solution Components

 Care Logistics Care Progression model allows for smoother transfer of care and helps optimize patient flow

Care Progression combines both best practice methodologies with comprehensive hospital software to establish and meet target length of stay (LOS) values for each patient. Each day on the nursing units, care team members discuss each patient’s progression and barriers. Daily barrier management and escalation practices drive proactive leadership involvement in the resolution of progression barriers. Standardized patient handoff and daily communication saves time and decreases information and communication errors.  Physician leadership collaborates in the development and implementation of patient progression plans that synchronize clinical progression milestones with LOS and discharge planning and connect physicians to organizational LOS and patient progression goals.

Hear Real Stories and Real Results from Your Peers

 Care progression results in improved patient satisfaction, increased case mix index, and smoother patient progression

Results from Care Progression

  • Reduce length of stay
  • Increase CMI
  • Appropriately status patients
  • Reduce readmissions
  • Add capacity to support increased admissions
  • Improve quality of care and patient experience
 
 

Patient First... Always

Learn how Blessing Health System aligned their care teams to work towards a common goal by putting the patient first.

Solution Paths

Because each healthcare organization is unique, three different paths have been created to begin achieving performance excellence in the progression of care. Since you know your organization well, consider your operational footprint and culture as you evaluate your choices below...

 
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