Outcomes

Command Centers have helped health systems to reduce costs and length of stay, increase efficiency, improve growth, accelerate throughput, and improve staff satisfaction.

Real Time healthcare delivers proven outcomes

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CHI Franciscan's Mission Control Command Center One-Year Impact

1,423
Additional days created to care for more patients
112
Scans Expedited to Help Patients Return Home Sooner
68
Patient Surgeries Mitigated
10
Reduction in Bed Request Turnaround Times for Quicker Patient Care
561
Patients Able to Leave the Hospital More Quickly
142
Patients Received Critical Patient Safety Interventions
2,051
Patient Hours Saved
39
Patients Converted from Observation to Inpatient to Accommodate their Growing Care Needs
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Johns Hopkins Command Center

15
15 bed equivalents
24
24 month payback
65
Increase in complex transfers
6
Increase in admissions
25
Less ED holds
70
Less OR holds
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Humber River Command Centre

34
34 bed equivalents
18
18 month payback
8
Increase in admissions
23
Reduction in ED boarding hours
38
Reduction in U/S turnaround time
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OHSU Mission Control

8
8 bed equivalents
18
18 month payback
913
Increased acute complex transfers
519
Increased admissions to partner hospitals
3.4
Occupancy Increase
..24
Case Mix Increase
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Tampa General CareComm

25
25 bed equivalents
18
18 month payback
1
1-day reduction in adult ALOS
4
4-hour reduction in Obs ALOS
10m
$10M saved in first 12 months
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The Hospital Will See You Now

30
faster bed assignments

Emergency room patients are assigned a bed 30% faster

70
transfer delays

Transfer delays from operating rooms have been reduced by 70%

63
sooner dispatches

Ambulances are dispatched 63 minutes sooner to pick up patients from other hospitals

60
more patients accepted

The ability to accept patients with complex medical conditions from other regional and national hospitals has improved by 60%

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Humber River Hospital Transforms Patient Care in World First

35
extra beds

Initially, the Command Centre was set up to keep the hospital running smoothly. It organized the flow of patients and treatments so efficiently, says hospital President and CEO Barbara Collins, “It gave us the equivalent of 35 extra beds.”

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Canadian Hospital 1st to Install Imaging App in AI digital Command Center

8
daily visits

Since the installation of its command center, a report published in September by Frost & Sullivan found that HRH has experienced an eight percent increase in daily visits

23
patient move times

A 23 percent decrease in the time it takes to move a patient from the ED to their inpatient bed

52
acute conservable beds

A 45 percent reduction in inpatient bed cleaning wait time, and reduced acute conservable beds by 52 percent

6.5m
savings

It’s the equivalent of 23 beds without the need for additional infrastructure or staff and has equated to $6.5 million in savings

14
turnaround time

In the last year, the Tile has added to these statistics by improving inpatient exam turnaround times for CT scans by eight percent, MRIs by 10 percent and ultrasounds by 14 percent

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AI and Predictive Analytics Enable Tampa General to Save $10 Million, Reduce LOS

10m
Savings in Reduced Inefficiencies

John Couris, president and CEO of Tampa General Hospital in Florida, says the proof is unequivocal. After less than a year of operation, the 1,007-bed nonprofit academic medical center has saved about $10 million by reducing inefficiencies

50
length of stay

and decreased average length of stay by nearly half a day per patient

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AdventHealth Uses AI to Balance Capacity Issues Among 9 Hospitals

750
less patients turned away

The number of patients turned away each month declined from 17 a month in 2018 to two per month for the first six months of 2019.

2x
patients transferred from the ED

Mission Control enabled AdventHealth to double the number of patients transferred from the ED at a hospital with high-demand beds to a facility with greater capacity. These "overcapacity lateral transfers" increased from 120 during the first quarter of 2018 to 241 during the same period in 2019.

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How OHSU and GE Healthcare are solving a major headache: Patient logistics

7x
return-on investment

Mission Control has created the equivalent of 7.4 beds a day at the main campus, while the two smaller hospitals have accepted more than 500 transfer patients. The return-on investment has been seven times what OHSU invested

554
more transfer patients

OHSU this fiscal year has accepted 554 more transfer patients, or 6.4 percent more than 2017

96
transfer acceptance rate

Declined 92 fewer transfer patients, an 18 percent reduction, increased the transfer acceptance rate to 96 percent, a 1 percent improvement

7.4
more beds per day

Transferred 519 patients to partner hospitals, created 7.4 beds per day at the main campus, 2.4 of which are utilized for non-transfer patients