Hospitals Say Clinical Surveillance is Top 2019 Priority, Challenge

Nearly 90% of hospitals say clinical surveillance is a top priority, but most are struggling to implement it effectively

Most hospital executives say clinical surveillance solutions, which offer real-time, actionable insights that foster more rapid patient care interventions—including those related to pharmacy surveillance, antimicrobial stewardship, infection prevention, and safety—are very important to their organizations. However, most are also struggling to utilize these solutions effectively.

You can read more of this article on Becker’s Hospital Review. This article was based on findings from a recent survey of 100 C-suite executives.

To view the full survey findings, visit: https://vigilanzcorp.com/next-step-in-value-based-care/

Value-Focused Hospitals Look Beyond EMRs For Clinical Surveillance

More hospitals are adopting clinical surveillance solutions, but those that report the highest interest and involvement in value-based care are adopting third-party solutions rather than relying solely on EMRs or in-house solutions.

Hospitals and health systems that rate quality above all other priorities are looking to third-party clinical surveillance solutions, rather than solely relying on EMRs, to drive improvements in care quality. They also say these solutions help improve patient outcomes and their bottom lines.

You can read more of this article on Health IT Outcomes. This article was based on findings from a recent survey of 100 C-suite executives.

To view the full survey findings, visit: https://vigilanzcorp.com/next-step-in-value-based-care/