Conduit Health Partners will work with your hospital or health system to optimize hospital throughput by streamlining and expediting patient transfers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our experienced health care professionals will serve as an extension of your team and as a single access point to manage patient flow across networks of care, offering the resources and expertise needed for timesaving patient admissions and improved patient outcomes.
Whether your transfers originate from the emergency department or another facility, Conduit can help you improve patient flow which can improve patient safety, health and satisfaction.
Partner with Conduit to improve direct patient logistics and handoffs. We can help with:
Conduit was designed by clinically trained health care operators for health care operators. We are passionate about helping hospitals and health systems achieve optimal, patient-centered care.
To help our clients succeed, we offer:
With an emphasis on data analytics, Conduit provides strategic insight to support your organization’s drive to improve patient safety, health and satisfaction. Our data-driven process improvements can help strengthen your operations, ease of access, and your bottom line.
Working with Conduit to improve patient flow, you will:
I couldn’t imagine my hospital without Conduit. I look at the transfer logs that I get from Conduit first thing every morning, and if I see a patient who was transferred out the previous night, Conduit answers all the important questions. Why? What was the reason? What do I have to do? And I couldn’t do that without Conduit’s Transfer Center and the data they provide.
The most important reason for wanting a robust Transfer Center is for our patients. We owe it to them to coordinate their care and ensure that they’re provided great care from the beginning of their stay to the end.
A transfer center can be a great partner. They take a huge volume of calls off the frontlines. They make sure they are taking care of transfers by helping reach outside of the regular channels in the footprint to arrange transport for patients—especially patients we’re struggling with.