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TeleTracking powers more than 100 Operational Health System Command Centers across the USA & Europe.
As care delivery becomes more complex, finding ways to coordinate patient care across the continuum is one of the most important challenges facing healthcare institutions today and the reason Health System Command Centers are central to a health system’s organizational strategy.
We recognize the increasing complexity of health systems due to mergers, acquisitions and changing reimbursement models. It is clear to us that centralization, operational alignment, and shared situational awareness are keys to successfully navigating this new reality. This is why, over the past 10 years, TeleTracking has been responsible for the launch of more than 100 Health System Command Centers across North America and Europe.
A December 2018 study by global research firm KLAS reports that TeleTracking has built more Operational Health System Command Centers than all other vendors combined.
In addition, the study confirms that Health System Command Centers can drive significant, positive outcomes including improved efficiency, increased revenue and enhanced patient safety and satisfaction.
To date, more than 100 health systems across the United States and United Kingdom have established Operational Health System Command Centers to coordinate care across their systems, expand patient access, and continually improve outcomes.
Kettering Health Network is planning to build a $10 million "NASA-like" command center that officials say will be the first of its kind in the Dayton area.
The 17,000-square-foot command center will be located on the first floor of the 1050 Forrer Blvd. building in Kettering. Construction began July 25, and the center is expected to go live this November.
This amazing command center will provide the foundation and technology needed to assess health system operations in real-time, to shine the light on bottlenecks before they occur, to predict and manage patient demand, and to proactively assign the right resources.