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Croydon University Hospital
Croydon, United Kingdom


SUSTAINED 97% OPT-OUT HIV TESTING IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT:  gETTING TO ZERO AIDS 

Find out how a multidisciplinary care team decreased mortality from 23% to 0% over an 18-month period in its emergency department, leading to: 

  • Improved patient wellness, safety, experience
  • Increased clinical satisfaction
  • Enhanced reputation
  • Decreased healthcare costs
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Prisma Health Greenville Memorial Hospital
Greenville, South Carolina, United States


ENHANCING PERSONALIZED CARE FOR HEART FAILURE PATIENTS: A RISK-SCORING EMR MODEL 

Find out how a multidisciplinary care team created an initative focused on identiying heart failure patients earlier, improving access to and, utlization of limited resources leading to: 

  • Reduced healthcare disparity
  • Increased clinician satisfaction
  • Reduced length of stay
  • Reduced healthcare costs
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Banner Health and Laboratory Sciences of Arizona
Sun City West, Arizona, United States


UTILIZING AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO PROCESS IMPROVEMENT IN THE ERA OF A GLOBAL PANDEMIC AND THE GREAT RESIGNATION:  RAPIDLY IMPROVING TIMELINESS OF LABORATORY TEST RESULTS FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY ROUNDS IN AN ACUTE CARE SETTING 

Find out how a multidisciplinary care team utilized a rapid cycle improvement plan to improve productivity while reducing bottlenecks, leading to: 

  • Improved experience
  • Improved clinical satisfaction
  • Improved staff satisfaction
  • Reduced risks
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The data, information, inferences and conclusions shared within the award winning best practices posted on this website are provided using data from the award winning applicants. No independent verification was done by partners of the UNIVANTS of Healthcare Excellence program. Outcomes are likely to vary across sites with different processes, personnel, products, and patient populations. No claims or processes are specifically being recommended by the UNIVANTS of Healthcare Excellence Program. 





Recognizing  2021 DISTINCTION

 

 

 
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PREVENTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN A LARGE CLIENT POPULATIONS THROUGH PROACTIVE, COST-EFFECTIVE AND ENHANCED IDENTIFICATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK USING A NOVEL LABORATORY TEST

Medcan Healthcare Inc.

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IMPROVING MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH SEPSIS

King Abdulaziz Medical City - Jeddah

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ADDRESSING COVID CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL CHALLENGES VIA MULTIDISCIPLINE INTEGRATED DIAGNOSTICS NETWORKS

UHCW NHS Trust & Warwick Medical School 

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Recognizing  2021 Achievement

 

 

 
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Improved patient pathway for diagnosis, follow up and monitoring of Mulitple Myeloma(MM); a multi-disciplinary collaboration to improve the pathway from the initial request to long-term monitoring

Hampshire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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IMPROVING CANCER PATIENTS SAFETY, CONFIDENCE AND CLINCAL CARE THROUGH SCREENING HEALTHCARE WORKERS FOR NEUTRALIZING COVID-19 IGG ANTIBODIES AND ESTABLISHING A COVID-19 CONVALESCENT PLASMA BANK AT KHCC

King Hussein Cancer Foundation and Center

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EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS WITH COMORBIDITIES

Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Medical Research Institute

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Renal Osteodystrophy Monitoring by Monthly PTH Determination in Hemodialysis CKD-MBD Patients

University Hospital Centre Zagreb

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MAXIMIZING DELIVERY METHOD AND CLINICAL RESOURCES FOR TIMELY PATIENT COMMUNICATION OF COVID-19 STATUS

Zulekha Hospital Dubai

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EARLY DETECTION OF UNSUSPECTED CARDIOVASCULAR RISK IN ASYMPTOMATIC BLOOD DONORS

UOC Medicina Trasfusionale                       AOOR Villa Sofia-Cervello

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ENHANCED DISCRIMINATION OF MYOCARDIAL INJURY IN A PEDIATRIC POPULATION USING AGE-SPECIFIC BIOMARKER REFERNCE INTERVALS

Yantai Yuhuangding Hospital

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