Applying Prescriptive Analytics for Preventable Harm to Stop Hospital Acquired Conditions
The US ranks 1st in healthcare spending and 37th globally in the quality of care delivered. In fact, we spend $4.6 trillion each year on healthcare. Of that spend, we waste $585 billion on unnecessary, error-ridden, and inefficiently delivered services.
All of this waste contributes to the number three cause of death in the US: medical errors.
This means that more than 250,000 people die each year because of preventable events. These events include Hospital Acquired Conditions, which comprise a set of nosocomial events such as pressure injuries (ulcers), infections, and falls.
The prescriptive analytic capabilities delivered by the Jvion Machine provide an actionable view into the future state of a patient's health including the likelihood that a patient will suffer from an avoidable event such as falls or a pressure injury. The machine goes beyond a patient's risk trajectory to identify the specific, individualized interventions that will lower risk and improve clinical outcomes.
The Jvion Machine is fast, it can be implemented within months and start can start delivering risk and intervention insights at any frequency -- even real time. And the machine is specific. It delivers the exact actions that will stop adverse events from happening. The Jvion Machine accounts for the thousands of variables that influence if someone will get sick. And it uses this information to identify the preventative actions that will lead to the best health outcome. This means that the Jvion Machine can account for the thousands of socioeconomic, environmental, and behavioral factors that play a role in health outcomes and risk. It takes these factors, in addition to current and historical clinical data points, to provide clinicians with the most precise view into the future state of a patient's health and the actions that can be taken today to prevent illness, disease, and nosocomial events.
Learn how hospitals across the country are using the Jvion Machine to stop patient illness, improve intervention effectiveness, and drive toward value-based models of care and reimbursement.