Case Studies

Gain the insight you need to reduce your spend

Sentara Healthcare, a nonprofit health system serving patients in Virginia and North Carolina, wanted to reduce its drug spend and make its manual drug spend management process more efficient. It was able to achieve both goals with one tool that houses data-rich custom dashboards and reports.

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Maximize your Patient Assistance Program (PAP) recovery

A large nonprofit health system in Houston, Texas, hit a plateau with its patient assistance program recovery. With an appetite for innovation and increasing revenue, and a desire for stronger customer service, the health system explored other options to maximize its PAP recovery. The results more than quadrupled expectations.

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Reduce drug spending while you expand clinical availability for patient care

Pharmacy leaders at Georgia Regents Medical Center consistently drive efficient operations with an eye on preparation for the future of healthcare. However, despite application of rigorous pharmacy operations and comprehensive clinical programs, the pharmacy continued to struggle with the need to do more with less.

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Significant Opportunity Found in Opening New Ambulatory Pharmacy

Pharmacy provides opportunities to impact health system continuum of care.

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Every patient, every medication, every time

Virginia Mason Medical Center is known for its use of the Kaizen methodology to improve safety and efficiency across the organization. One recent example of quality-improvement activity was related to barcode medication administration.

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We do the work. You reap the benefits.

Providing care to under and uninsured patients is an important service SwedishAmerican Health System provides its community. Helping make this possible are patient assistance programs (PAPs) sponsored by pharmaceutical and medical-device manufacturers.

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DIY Pharmacy: When does it make sense?

For years, Edward Hospital’s pharmacy operations were managed by an outside source. As with any department, the pharmacy was expected to perform as a strong member of the hospital business. However, because the pharmacy operated as a separate system, it lacked transparency. As a result, managerial oversight and control over the pharmacy’s operations were limited.

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How do you unlock the potential of your inventory?

To maintain a high level of service in a high-activity environment, Fairview Ridges Hospital knew they needed to enhance their inventory management.

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