This leading three-hospital system serves the healthcare needs of Central Alabama. Guided by a forward-thinking leadership team that understands the impact of shared accountability, value-based models, and patient-centered care, the system sought a solution to reduce cost while improving health outcomes.
But there were challenges. Overtaxed IT resources, competing initiatives, and limited funding all stood in the way. So they looked to Jvion and the company’s prescriptive analytics for preventable harm solution--the Jvion Machine--to help target and reduce Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTI) while setting the stage for long-term success under new models of care coordination and reimbursement.
The Jvion Machine reduces suffering and saves lives while optimizing the cost of care. It does this using an Eigen-based engine that enables more effective identification of at-risk patients and the clinical actions that will reduce risk while ensuring patient engagement. The Jvion Machine is designed to use readily available data, reduce IT demands, accelerate the implementation process, and integrate quickly within the existing workflow. This means that the solution can be localized and ready to deliver value within months of the start of a project. And the return on investment builds exponentially with each new data element integrated into the system.
To date, the system has realized significant improvement across key indicators including a:
- Jump in core/Surgical Care Improvement Project (SCIP) scores from the 50th percentile to 100th percentile
- 73 percentage point improvement in Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) physician communication scores
- Projected 30% drop in instances of catheter associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs)