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Why Choose a Centralized Patient Transfer System

Managing patient transfers is complex, challenging and potentially inefficient. It can be time-consuming and difficult to measure the effectiveness of your transfer processes. If you can’t see potential problems, you can’t make improvements. Learn why you should choose a centralized patient transfer system today.

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Simplify Patient Transfers from Rural to Metro Hospitals

Events such as a pandemic, weather-related disaster or other mass health crisis can quickly overwhelm rural hospitals. The American Hospital Association reports that 46% of these facilities have 25 or fewer staffed beds. At any time, they may be at capacity or unable to offer the specialty care and trauma services a patient requires.

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Using Data to Drive Patient Acquisition, Retention and Growth

An innovator in the health care space, Conduit Health Partners’ use of data is a driving factor in helping to determine the correct type of care each patient should receive, when they should receive it, if that care is best delivered in the hospital or at home, and how that care will impact the bottom line for both the health care services provider and the patient.

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Improving Patient Care and Operational Efficiency with Rightsourced Patient Transfer

Every member of a health system’s team, often comprising hundreds of highly trained professionals, is enabled by the competency of their colleagues, and the effectiveness of operational staff who carry out their specific functions to the best of their ability. Beyond safeguarding profitability, maintaining operational dexterity and efficiency is crucial to assuring every patient has the best possible outcome as they navigate their way through your health system.

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Improve Patient Flow In and (when appropriate) Out of Your Hospital

Patient transfers were challenging before COVID-19, but the pandemic has put more strain on hospitals and managing patient flow has become increasingly difficult given higher patient volume and staff shortages. Even before COVID-19, staff shortages prevented health systems and hospitals from dedicating the appropriate staff to the transfer process. COVID-19 has exacerbated this problem, resulting in multiple staff members spending precious time making dozens of calls within and outside of their hospitals and health systems to find the right placement for a patient needing to be transferred.

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Expedite Patient Transfers with Streamlined Care Coordination

When it comes to patient transfers, effective communication and timely care coordination are important to ensure patients receive the care they need, when and where they need it. However, many hospitals and hospital systems lack the inhouse resources, operational capacity, and expertise to implement an optimal patient transfer process. This can result in precious time and resources spent contacting dozens of providers to find the most appropriate place for a patient’s care.

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