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Medical Team


Every Patient. Every Day. No Excuses.

Effective, efficient communication among care team members is a key aspect of quality patient care and invaluable in helping to reduce length of stay and unnecessary resource consumption.

Within the healthcare industry, numerous methodologies have been applied over the past 10-15 years to improve outcomes in length of stay and ensure the appropriateness of testing, treatments, medications, supplies and other resources.  These methodologies have resulted in a variety of outcomes, with many failing to show the sustained benefit desired.

Combining our extensive practical experience improving outcomes in academic medical centers, children's hospitals, large multi-hospital systems, and stand-alone institutions with careful study of the variables that have led healthcare organizations to be successful, we recognize that sustained, positive outcomes can only be further improved through facilitated, clinician-led interdisciplinary care rounds for every patient, every day.

Our structured HPIRounds™ solution supports health systems’ compliance with regulations required by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) Conditions of Participation. Implementation of HPIRounds™ drives the focused communication and coordination required among clinicians and other key personnel to improve quality of care, promote discussion around length of stay, decrease preventable events, and proactively address the appropriateness of billing status, testing, treatments, medications, and other resources to achieve the highest performance standards.

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HPIRounds™ Results

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Case Study 1:
A 42-bed Observation unit with an immediate and sustained decrease in observation hours and a corresponding increase in observation discharges

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Case Study 2:
A 36-bed medical unit with a 1.2 day (21%) decrease in inpatient length of stay within 2 weeks of HPIRounds™ Go-Live

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