University of Iowa lands Davies Award

December 1, 2014 in Medical Technology

 

According to HIMSS, five years post go-live, UIHC has observed:
 
  • Substantial improvement in medication safety of adverse drug event causing harm count prior to implementation ? 9 annually to two in the two previous fiscal years.
  • Adherence to pediatric immunization guidelines improved by 50 percent;
  • Anticoagulation venous thromboembolism adherence to guidelines increased 33 percent;
  • Regulatory compliance with SCIP measures rose from 32 percent in CY 2007 to 96 percent inpatient in CY 2012′
  • Preoperative antibiotics order errors reduced by 71 percent;
  • Surgical HP compliance rose from less than 50 percent pre-implementation to over 98 percent;
  • Early adoption of smart pump EHR integration served to improve guardrail usage which helps to avert severe harm.

Access the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Davies Award application here.

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University of Iowa lands Davies Award

December 1, 2014 in Medical Technology

 

According to HIMSS, five years post go-live, UIHC has observed:
 
  • Substantial improvement in medication safety of adverse drug event causing harm count prior to implementation ? 9 annually to two in the two previous fiscal years.
  • Adherence to pediatric immunization guidelines improved by 50 percent;
  • Anticoagulation venous thromboembolism adherence to guidelines increased 33 percent;
  • Regulatory compliance with SCIP measures rose from 32 percent in CY 2007 to 96 percent inpatient in CY 2012′
  • Preoperative antibiotics order errors reduced by 71 percent;
  • Surgical HP compliance rose from less than 50 percent pre-implementation to over 98 percent;
  • Early adoption of smart pump EHR integration served to improve guardrail usage which helps to avert severe harm.

Access the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Davies Award application here.

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