Together, We Can Improve Access to Quality Care
Timely patient access to quality care remains the single greatest imperative of healthcare. And, with hundreds of billions lost globally through operational waste in U.S. healthcare administration, this gap is creating unavoidable urgency from the boardroom to the front lines of care. This challenge can be addressed through the thoughtful implementation of patient flow technology, process enhancements and culture change. Success requires an intimate understanding of the patient journey to not only ensure that there’s capacity to receive critically ill patients, but also to manage patient flow in an orchestrated and streamlined manner.
To ensure that no one will ever have to wait for the care they need.
Receive additional information about TeleTracking’s award-winning patient flow solutions and services.
Patient Flow Management Congress – Las Vegas, NV
Explore national in-patient capacity, demands for care and workforce availability. Relate outcomes data in perspective to length of stay, mortality and cost trends. Then summarize future trends and innovations to consider.
Transforming Patient Access Through Central Command – San Diego, CA
Emergency Nursing Association (ENA) – Pittsburgh, PA
From the News
In the News: Hartford HealthCare’s New Logistics Center Aims to Fill Beds, Reduce Wait Times
by Matt Pilon – HartfordBusiness.com Tucked away in a Newington administrative building, 10 nurses and other staff from Hartford HealthCare are working the phones, coordinating patient transfers to approximately 1,800 inpatient beds across Connecticut. Nearby flatscreens display myriad key metrics across Hartford HealthCare’s statewide network of five (and counting) hospitals: […]continue reading
In The News: NHS Patients Electronically Tagged in Attempt to Boost Bed Efficiency | Countess of Chester
By Laura Donnelly, Health Editor A hospital has become the first in the country to issue all patients with electronic tracking wristbands in a bid to monitor free beds. The NHS trial – which may later be introduced nationally – means every consenting patient is issued with devices, picked up by […]continue reading
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