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Seven Ways to Master Operational Efficiency in Your Hospital

Register Now-TeleTracking Webinar SeriesIn its recent study, The Institute of Medicine (IOM) identified six major factors – or operational inefficiencies – that contribute to the $750 billion the IOM claims is wasted annually by the US healthcare system.

They are:

1. Unnecessary Services ($210 Billion)
2. Inefficient Delivery of Care ($130 Billion)
3. Excess Administrative Costs ($190 Billion)
4. Inflated Prices ($105 Billion)
5. Prevention Failures ($55 Billion)
6. Fraud ($75 Billion)

So what can YOU do to help close these gaps? We think the most realistic goal is to reduce costs by mastering operational efficiencies.

We’ll tell you more in our first webinar series of 2013, Seven Ways to Master Operational Efficiencies in Your Hospital, which is designed to equip you with seven simple ways to start mastering operational efficiencies in your hospital.

Webinar Series: 7 Ways to Master Operational Efficiencies In Your Hospital
Free – Fridays from 11:00 AM to 11:30AM EST
Starting January 25th, 2013

Hosted by TeleTracking’s very own Maria Romano, RN, BS Clinical Product Consultant

maria romano pic Back by popular demand, Maria Romano, Clinical Product Consultant at TeleTracking, will kick off this series on Friday, January 25th at 11:00 AM EST.

To register for each of the 7 Ways to Master Operational Efficiencies in Your Hospital sessions, please click on the individual session titles.

If you (and your boss) are looking for solutions to address these growing healthcare concerns and combat operational inefficiences, we invite you to join us for this educational series designed with you in mind!

Register Now for the “7 Ways to Master Operational Efficiencies in Your Hospital” webinar series by clicking on the session links above.

Dennis Morabito

Categories: Author: Dennis Morabito, Bed Management, Overcrowding, Patient Flow, Patient Safety, Real-Time Capacity Management