CQO Movement Case Studies
AHRMM has worked with several healthcare supply chain teams to develop case studies highlighting how their organizations have embraced the Cost, Quality, and Outcomes (CQO) Movement. Read the case studies to learn how other supply chain professionals work at the intersection of CQO to reduce costs while improving patient care and driving greater financial outcomes for their organizations.
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Centura Health’s Practice Variation Reduction Reduces Costs, Improves Quality, and Boosts Financial Outcomes
Learn how Centura Health’s practice variation reduction has reduced costs, improved quality, and boosted financial outcomes for the organization.
Learn how Intermountain Healthcare’s population health initiative is helping people in the community stay heart healthy, while improving cost, quality, and outcomes for patients with existing heart conditions.
Learn how Ochsner Health System boosted immunization rates among patients in the ambulatory setting between 42.1 percent to over 200 percent in a little over a year.
Ochsner Health System’s supply chain team has partnered with the health system’s Workforce Development Team – and the City of New Orleans – to teach individuals the required life skills, soft skills, and job readiness skills needed to succeed.
Pharmacies Focused on Patients Instead of Prescriptions: the Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network
Learn how Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) created the Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network (CPESN), an innovative program where primary care physicians and community pharmacists work together to improve the care of patients in their community.
In this case study, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Medicine describes how it is developing an overarching strategy for its diverse Population Health initiatives, which includes bundled payments.
July 04, 2017 | Content Areas: Strategic Planning | Tags: Data Standards, Regulatory, UDI | Formats: Case Study
Read how Baptist Health, an Arkansas-based, locally owned and managed, not-for-profit, and faith-based healthcare organization, worked on the project intended to integrate supply chain information across all systems into one point of entry, interface data to all systems that use that data, and then define the fields and the processes that use that data.