Command center helps Canadian hospital cut $10 million in annual cost
Korean Biomedical Review
1 Dec 2020
After re-locating to Toronto in 2015, demand increased and the 656-bed Humber River Hospital needed to find a way to increase patient capacity. Patients were being boarded in the ER and even in ambulances because there weren’t enough beds.
Instead of creating new space through construction, the health system deployed a Command Centre in 2017, which added the equivalent of 35 extra beds. Continued evolutions of the Command Centre have completely revolutionized operations for the Canadian health system.
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