As service providers, hospitals are interested in the best values possible in the field of process quality and the quality of outomces. For this they invest a considerable amount in the quality of structure and staff qualifications. The challenge faced by these facilities providing in-patient care is often in providing differentiated and efficient services based on the medical severity of cases.
Thus when treating complex cases, where complications and mortality are to be expected in many cases, it is therefore often only possible to make patient-specific treatment decisions while taking the best possible external evidence into account. In the area of uncomplicated cases, however, the implementation of clinical paths and SOPs can contribute considerably towards overall efficiency and the quality of patient care.
THROUGH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PROCEDURES OFFERED BY MEDSTAT S.A. THE FOLLOWING CAN BE ACHIEVED:
- Comprehensive risk-adjusted and significance-supported mortality assessments (dependent on department and case severity)
- Potentials in the existing processes compared to regional Best-in Class hospitals can be illustrated in a risk-adjusted way and quantified according to diagnostic clusters independently of the national remuneration system
- Support in procurement procedures where the representation of the current evidence/study situation etc. within the subject has basic significance for the approach the hospital takes to quality policy
- The checking of all remuneration-relevant quality control numbers, improving them through linked EbM input and justifying them to payers in the case of miscalculations
- Measurable quality of processes and outcomes and measurable improvements related to these can be justified to payers and patents in a transparent way
It must be worthwhile for hospitals to take greater risks in acute care and achieve better treatment outcomes.