Mitigate risk in delivering patient care
Every hospital and healthcare provider in the US is focused on improving the quality of care they provide to patients. In addition to having goals of improved quality, healthcare providers are required by the government to monitor patient care and required to report on a number of measures to assure that they meet the standards for quality of care. As with most governmental regulations, this creates a large amount of work for the health system to monitor and report how they are doing in all of their facilities against all of these measurements.
As payers shift from volume to value based payment, improving clinical quality is a top priority for hospitals.
By 2018 up to 9% of a hospital’s Medicare income will be at risk due to CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) quality performance penalties.
Uncertainty as the healthcare landscape changes demands health systems stay ahead of the curve.
Improve just culture scores by 27%.
Track performance to highlight areas for improvement.
Quality insight can deliver the data you need to act.