A major barrier to adoption of patient safety solutions is the lack of financially responsible decision-support information.
This program provides models and examples that hospital leadership teams need in order to confidently "greenlight" investments
in patient safety. The "accountable care movement" represents a seismic shift in the multi-trillion dollar market from provider-centered
volume driven forces to patient-centered value-driven forces. Profit centers will become cost centers overnight – challenging
even the most sophisticated.
The Greenlight Network:
World class organizations and individual experts from quality, certification, and purchasing organizations
provide clinical, operational, and financial expertise and data. Employers and consumers will play an important role in our work and will be fully represented.
The Collaborative Initiatives: Greenlight Provider Models: Our leadership decision-support investment models will address
clinical, operational, and financial performance for typical hospitals and ambulatory care systems. They provide structure and flexibility: the structure
to address specific patient safety gaps, while providing the flexibility of givens, assumptions, and variables to adjust forecasts
for care providers' unique situations. The ultimate objective is to provide what is necessary for CFOs and finance teams to vote "yes"
to greenlight investment in patient safety initiatives, with the confidence in the ROI and financial impact of those programs.
"CFO-validated factors" will be developed through a consensus process with input from leading CFOs.
Consumer and Payer Decision Support Tools:
Our work will provide critical information so that patients and purchasers can choose the right providers at the right price so that
they will receive the right care in every community every single day. To view collaborator organizations' video clips from the TMIT
documentaries, click here.
This comprehensive program provides all stakeholders with an integrated scoring system with real-time updates to clinical, operational, and financial measures, standards, and practices that apply to healthcare delivery. The CareScore Dashboard® is an integrated website and mobile application that provides access to publicly available quality and cost scorecards with the relative value of them presented in an easy to use way. It is a scorecard of scorecards driven by real-time input from world-class quality, safety, and cost experts.
This allows healthcare stakeholders to make the best informed choices about healthcare issues. Most importantly, it provides patients, families, and caregivers with the right information, at the right time, to receive and deliver the best care for any geographic location.
The comprehensive services of this program feature ratings of hospital consumer services in the field of patient-centered
care. Stakeholders will have access to an integrated scoring system with real-time updates to clinical,
operational, and financial measures, standards, and practices that apply to healthcare delivery both quality AND cost. This empowers them to make informed choices based on value. It achieves these aims by:
Providing an on-line searchable database in the field of healthcare quality and patient safety rating systems and healthcare-reporting websites.
Computer Application Software for computers, mobile computing platforms, and mobile phones that generate graphic displays of healthcare safety, quality, and value comparisons.
Computer software that provides web-based access to applications and services through a web operating system or portal interface.
services will allow all healthcare stakeholders to make the best informed choices about healthcare
issues. Most importantly, it will provide patients, families, and caregivers with the right information,
at the right time, to receive and deliver the best care for any geographic location.
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