The presentation provides executives with a clinical variation reduction strategy roadmap based on a proven strategy of driving clinical, operational, and margin performance improvement.
Clinical Intelligence recently teamed with HFMA Region 5 to tell the story of how United Health Services, Inc. (UHS), a community health system located in New York State, reduced unwarranted clinical and financial variation by leveraging its internal data and establishing a shared governance structure. Laurie Jaccard, CI’s Founder and President, co-presented with Dr. Jeffrey Gray, Hospitalist Program Director at UHS, and Nancy Rongo, RN, Chief Quality Officer at UHS.
The webinar’s learning objectives included:
- Defining the study of clinical variation and the potential clinical and financial benefits associated with reducing unwarranted variation (waste)
- Providing an operational framework for a clinical variation reduction strategy led by executive and physician champions
- Presenting a hospital case study leveraging a systems process approach for small and large bowel surgery
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