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It’s particularly gratifying to us that the industry we created now has its own Congress.
The 2013 Patient Flow Management Congress will convene this January 28-29 in Las Vegas, NV.
Fittingly, several TeleTracking clients will be providing stories about their successes with our automated capacity management solutions. Among them are Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Advocate Good Samaritan, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
The theme of the conference this year will be “Groundbreaking techniques for optimizing patient flow management through effective discharge planning, enhanced patient care/satisfaction and an efficient collaborative strategy.”
This Congress will also focus on the role of case management and transition of care in optimizing flow.
Twenty-two years ago, when TeleTracking created the market, there was no thought of a patient flow continuum, let alone what to do about it. In fact, the concept of patient flow didn’t exist. Our bed management solution paved the way for a growth industry that is becoming ever more critical to healthcare executives as the process of running a successful hospital becomes more complex.
We’re now in the process of expanding that niche to include automation of the entire operational side of the hospital enterprise, all on a single platform.
We created the infographic below to capture some of the benefits TeleTracking clients are realizing as a result.
We believe Real-Time Capacity Management™ is a true game-changer. It arrives at a time when executives are scratching their heads about how to squeeze more savings out of already stretched organizations due to the Affordable Care Act. What it delivers is a proven way to not only increase savings but to generate significant revenue. Our current clients are realizing benefits to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars every year.
Once again, we’re ahead of the curve. In fact, we like to think we’re drawing a new one.
If you feel similarly, we look forward to connecting with you at the Patient Flow Management Congress!