Inpatient Units


In-Patient Units Workflow Orchestration – Common Issues:

  • Delayed test result notification (e.g. lab, radiology, etc.)
  • Delayed physician discharge order
  • Medications not reconciled and/or not ready
  • Primary Care Provider not notified
  • Social services not notified
  • Delayed transportation notification
  • Discharge facility not ready
  • Discharge follow-up not coordinated

In-Patient Units Process Inefficiency is Costly

Overall Patient Flow: Late-in-the day discharges have a significant impact on hospital costs and patient goodwill. Each delay can contribute to expensive patient flow backups — from regular admissions and emergency department to the post-anesthesia care unit. Readmissions: Poor discharge planning and post-discharge care coordination can lead to penalties for 30-day readmissions.

Efficient In-Patient Workflow Brings Rewards

Overall Patient Flow:  OPTIMI$ER helps reduce discharge delays — which can cost $500–$1000 per patient. Readmissions: OPTIMI$ER can help curb avoidable readmissions that follow 1 in 10 hospital discharges. Under the Affordable Care Act, the penalty for a poor 30-day readmission record is up to 2% of total Medicare for a 350-bed hospital ($400K).

The OPTIMI$ER In-Patient Units Suite Includes Three Modulesopimisertemp

  • Multi-Disciplinary Rounds
  • Discharge Planning
  • Post Discharge Care Coordination

The Modules Can Be Implemented As a Suite or Individually

  • Per case or fixed fee pricing is available