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Saw a 200 percent increase for bedside procedure charges using embedded charge capture
Decreased readmission rates for colectomy patients by 50%
Cut unnecessary x-rays by 40%, use of bronchodilators by 41%, and viral testing by 22% without negative impacts
Reduced length of stay in orthopedic providers by two days and lowered readmission rates for in wound care providers by 19 percent
Reduced patients prescribed narcotics by 25,000, and observed a 75% decrease in prescription opioid abuse overdoses seen in EDs
Reduced unnecessary red blood cell transfusion and platelet units by 32% and 25%, respectively
Reduced operating room cases put on hold due to post-anesthesia care unit bed shortages by 96%
Increased depression screening rate from 7% to 75%, and treatment rates more than 20%
Increased reimbursement over $2M per year through improved clinical documentation using existing resources without additional burden on the provider
Used coordinated care management tools to better provide for veterans suffering from PTSD while reducing cost of care by more than $1M
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