Reducing Inefficiencies and Length of Stay at Tampa General
It took less than one year for Tampa General to realize the remarkable positive impact of their command center deployment. Fewer inefficiencies and reduced average length of stay are just the beginning of the transformation for this health system.
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
and decreased average length of stay by nearly half a day per patient