Our story began when we developed the most profitable ICU system in the country for a large, publicly traded hospital system located in Southwest Florida.
Hospital: For-profit hospital system; large publicly-traded organization; 220 licensed beds; 24 ICU beds.
Results: developed the most profitable ICU system in the country out of 78 acute care hospitals. Played key roles in the strategic development of a 24 bed Neuro-Critical Care program and Comprehensive Stroke Center certification by The Joint Commission. Gross revenue increased over $22 million within 18 months; decreased length of stay by 1.5 days; top-performing HCAHPS scores
Hospital: Not-for-profit hospital system; 401 licensed beds; 45 ICU beds; award-winning cardiac program.
Results: decreased length of stay by 1 day within six months; implemented standardized order sets and evidenced-based protocols; increased throughput by 32 percent within three months; improved physician and advanced practitioner documentation.
Results: decreased readmission rates to the ICU by 38% within 9 months of program implementation; improved employee engagement survey significantly, resulting in lower RN turnover of less than 8 percent within twelve months.
Results: saved over $1 million in drug costs within twelve months; decreased mortality rate by 5 percent; decreased sepsis-related complications by 40 percent within 18 months.
Results: uncovered over $400,000 in coding, billing, and documentation errors.