Insights Through Service Line Structure Survey
Vizient gains better understanding about the service line structures of member organizations through recent survey.
Vizient’s New Pharmacy Site of Care Database Helps Providers Formulate Alternate Site of Care Strategy
With the increasing shift of treatment from inpatient to outpatient settings, come questions about which medications can safely be used at alternate sites of care facilities. The new Vizient Pharmacy Site of Care Database can help answer those questions.
Sg2 Forecasts Continued Hospital Capacity Challenges as Patient Acuity Rises Over the Next Decade
The 2023 Impact of Change Forecast projects hospital capacity challenges into the next decade, while pharmaceutical and technological advancements will continue to push care delivery, including bariatric surgery, to outpatient status and sites.
LENS Brings High Reliability, Culture into Focus for Healthcare Systems
When a healthcare organization’s workplace culture is toxic, patient safety is at risk. But via LENS, a web-based tool with real-time communication, hospitals have found the power to bring high reliability concepts to life and shape organizational culture.
Vizient Principal Executes Integrated Care Management Solutions to Improve Patient Care While Protecting Hospital Bottom Lines
Using her superpower — overcoming adversity — former OB-GYN hospitalist and physician advisor Dr. Renée Allen guides healthcare systems through workforce and financial challenges with care transition, optimization and denials management solutions.
Vizient Tackles Healthcare Workforce With Innovative Solutions
From better utilizing Advanced Provider Providers to enabling the newest nurses entering the field, Vizient is focused on creating strategies to help hospitals attract, support and retain staff through insights and collaborative networking.
Loss, Tragedy Led Two Anesthesiologists to Reimagine Hospital Care, Safety
Vizient Executive Principals Michael Leonard and Allan Frankel began their career as anesthesiologists, but tragic circumstances changed their lives in ways they hadn’t anticipated. Now, they help hospitals improve patient care through high reliability.
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