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Flint Patient Quality by Amitech

Improved Patient Quality & Safety Audits

Deliver millions to the bottom line by reducing labor and avoiding lost revenue due to patient quality audits and gaps in care—$26M annually for a 500 bed hospital.

Hospitals are a great place to receive medical care, but in a hospital, patients are at risk of developing a variety of hospital acquired conditions (HACs). To prevent HACs, hospital staff have to take on additional manual audits and checks to ensure procedures are always being followed. Automating clinical quality and safety audits with Amitech’s integrated healthcare automation component, Flint Patient Quality reduces the oversight required to monitor clinical activities while improving the quality of care being delivered and avoiding revenue penalties associated with quality and safety gaps.

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How it Works

The Flint Patient Quality bot accesses clinical records to review admission information, diagnosis codes, and procedure orders against standards of care and notifies the appropriate clinical team members about what action is required. The bot continuously logs all activities and notifications for further clinical training and subsequent audit reviews.

Flint Patient Quality works continuously and assesses activities in real-time to avoid communication delays.

The BOT-tom Line:

  • Reduce Labor Cost
  • Clearly Communicate Expectations
  • Reduce Penalties 

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