Can Wearable Technology Help Reduce Costly Hospital-Acquired Pressure Injuries?

Smith and Nephew

Pressure injuries are the only hospital-acquired condition on the rise, creating staggering patient and financial burdens for hospitals. Patient turning is crucial, but traditional tools are limited, nurses are task-saturated and compliance is low.

Are you ready to turn over a new leaf in pressure injury prevention?

Watch the video for more information: Can Wearable Technology Help Reduce Costly Hospital-Acquired Pressure Injuries?

 

 

Finding Rehab Success: Key Benefits of Partnership

Kindred Hospital Rehabilitation Services

In today’s healthcare environment, partnership is preferable to developing in-house rehabilitation programs.

Support from a third-party team of rehab experts enables healthcare providers to reach high levels of performance at lower expenses than ownership, patient experience improves with fewer in-house resources, and post-acute expenditures are lowered by reducing several critical cost factors, including emergency room visits, readmissions and claim denials.

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Hospital Financial Distress Indicators– Warning Signs to Watch

Community Hospital Corporation

Thin margins are a reality for many community hospitals, but certain financial indicators are warning signs that “business as usual” isn’t working. Understanding trends and their causes is the key to reversing a distressed hospital.

Watch this video to learn what data points should be reviewed.