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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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Conduit Health Partners Client Testimonials

Are you interested in partnering with Conduit Health Partners for transfer center services but want to hear what other clients have said about our services? View our most recent video where four health care executives outline their experience and results working with Conduit for Patient Transfer Center services.

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Optimize Transfer Center Practices to Improve Patient Acquisition Whitepaper

Health care is changing. Fast. But one constant remains — the challenge of managing the flow of patients in and out of your hospital or health system.

Even before COVID-19, patient transfers were problematic for most hospitals and health systems. Then, the pandemic added more strain. Finding the best way to handle patient flow has become increasingly difficult, with higher patient volumes and staff shortages.

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Conduit Health Partners Featured on Becker’s Hospital Review

Recently, Becker’s Hospital Review touched upon the pain point of health care access and patient transfers. Calling for a new approach to patient transfer, Becker’s Hospital Review recently posted an article about how industry leaders, including Conduit, had a discussion about how healthcare organizations can optimize transfer services with a data-driven approach and technology to retain patients and inspire growth.

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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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Conduit Addresses the Nursing Shortage

The Great Resignation has led to millions of Americans re-evaluating their jobs and trying to find what they want in life. Nurses are at the top of this list. Nursing turnover has never been higher. Engagement and retention for nurses are incredibly important. Leaders at Conduit are actively creating solutions to increase the sense of belonging and job satisfaction that are the building blocks of keeping valuable and talented nurses on our teams.

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Cheryl Awards

Cheryl Dalton-Norman named Health Care Heroes Award Finalist

We are proud to announce that Cheryl Dalton-Norman, President Conduit Health Partners, is a finalist for the Cincinnati Business Courier’s Health Care Hero Award in the Health Entrepreneur category. This recognition honors individuals who have improved the quality of health care in Greater Cincinnati through their expertise, research and innovation, management skills, entrepreneurial efforts, community work, and patient care.

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