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Intelligent Bed-Flow and Return on Investment

Intelligent Bed-Flow and Return on Investment

Intelligent Bed-Flow and Return on Investment

Brian Collins
Brian Collins
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

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Launch date: 03 Jan 2019
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This session describes a homegrown healthcare information management system with a generous and well documented return on investment (ROI). This bed management system is built-off of Lawrence General Hospital's electronic health record (EHR) and Apple iPods. The new workflow facilitated by Health IT has introduced even greater process improvement. Over 6-months, a multi-disciplinary team including Nursing, Environmental Services, Information Systems, Admitting, Registration and Operations convened under senior leadership to develop, pilot and roll-out the new system. This solution has been critical in increasing the percentage of patients discharged by 3pm by nearly 100%. This and other documented performance outcomes are presented in this process improvement journey.

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Recognize and quantify the need for healthcare information systems
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to recognize and quantify the need for healthcare information systems
Formulate a business case and plan to develop and deliver identified healthcare information systems
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to formulate a business case and plan to develop and deliver identified healthcare information systems
Discuss the outcomes of the healthcare information system
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to discuss the outcomes of the healthcare information system
Brian Collins

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Brian Collins
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

Brian Collins is a healthcare executive with 20-years experience and success. Beginning with co-founding ProHealth Physicians, Connecticut's largest primary care group and later acquired by Optum United Healthcare Group. Then helping to lead Tufts Medical Center from the 50th percentile of all Academic Medical Centers (AMC's) to the sixth best of all 110 AMC's in the University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC); highest ranked in New England. As the Director of Decision Support at Lawrence General Hospital, a disproportionate share hospital 30-minutes north of Boston, Brian Collins has been part of a new surgical building, expanding strategic service lines, increasing case mix index, and maximizing contribution margin. Most recently, these efforts have been published in popular industry magazines, including: 'Raising CMI Through a Multidisciplinary Approach in the Community Hospital Setting', Healthcare Financial Management Association, July 2017; and 'A system-wide movement to improve patient care and reduce unnecessary laboratory testing', Medical Laboratory Observer, March 2017. In addition to publications, Brian Collins has presented to over a dozen national audiences in recent years, including annual engagements with the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Clinical Nurse Leader Annual Summit (2015-2017) on performance measurement, workflow and process improvement.

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