Hospital Operating System
If your challenges include avoidable patient days, profitability, lack of physician alignment, patient engagement, or a need for cost reduction, the Hospital Operating System can help.
With the Hospital Operating System your care teams are aligned to work toward a common care plan and length of stay goal for each patient. You have optimized patient scheduling, unit and bed placement is made with projected bed and staffing availability in mind, and your nursing units and service areas are directly connected to your capacity management systems. You know the status of each patient and exactly where they are at all times.
If you want to grow profitable services, reduce LOS, increase CMI, align your clinicians, and create loyalty with your patients and team, the Hospital Operating System is right for you.
Many health systems struggle with capacity constraints, a lack of defined LOS goals, an inability to grow outpatient services, profitability, and a lack of tools to anticipate patient progression barriers. If your organization suffers from these problems, Operations Optimized can help.
With Operations Optimized, your organization is able to deliver efficiency beyond what your EHR and current capacity management solution already offer. Your care teams are able to work towards a common care plan and LOS goal for each patient. There are fewer diagnostic delays, resulting in increased patient satisfaction and safety. Patient schedules become more predictable and require fewer trips off-unit. Your ED and other admission sources are aligned with the efficiency goals of your organization.
If your goals include reducing LOS, increasing CMI, improving quality of care, improving patient satisfaction, reducing leave without treatment rates, and improving diagnostic efficiency, then Operations Optimized is right for your hospital.
Does your hospital struggle with unanticipated barriers to progression, undefined length of stay targets, a lack of communication between departments, or avoidable patient days? If so, Care Progression is the solution.
Care Progression aligns care teams to length of stay targets based on diagnoses and condition, progresses patients reliably from admission to discharge, and overcomes barriers to patient progression. By combining best practice methodologies with comprehensive software, Care Progression assists health systems in meeting target LOS values for each patient and implements patient progression plans developed by physician leadership.
If your organization is looking to reduce length of stay, increase CMI, add capacity, reduce readmission, and improve patient satisfaction, then Care Progression is the solution.
If your hospital is struggling to prevent capacity issues from delaying discharge, decrease patient length of stay, increase quality of care, and decrease the number of patients leaving without treatment, Care Capacity can help.
With Care Capacity, your health system can efficiently manage and communicate the availability of beds and other patient flow resources. Your care providers have access to patient status and location, and are able to easily request patient transport. Your housekeeping workflows ensure that beds are turned faster after patient discharges.
If your hospital wants to decrease wait times, increase bed visibility, improve capacity management, and decrease length of stay, then Care Capacity is your solution.
Quickly align your organization from senior team to front-line staff on key metrics that drive dramatic results.
Increase revenue, decrease expenses, improve patient and family experience, and improve throughput and capacity with best practice observation management.
Redesign processes that are already identified as problems. Project charters are designed to define goals and timelines.
Operations Hub Initiation
Create a command center with standard processes, network resources, and roles leveraging the expertise of nursing executives and industrial engineers.