Posted on: October 8, 2021
The Quadruple Aim of improved patient experience, better outcomes, lower cost, and enhanced clinician experience are the benchmarks for success when measuring the impact of device care operational investments and change. Remote patient management investment strategies should be held to these same Quadruple Aim success metrics.
In this session, Megan Black, RN, BSN at ProMedica Physicians Cardiology, and Reed Gaither, COO of device workflow software company Murj, discuss how ProMedica embraced change and leveraged Murj technology to achieve positive results on all Quadruple Aim metrics. Megan will share her first-hand experience with transitioning to a new device management solution, the investment needed to succeed in changing a 20-year-old workflow, and the metrics that prove the worth of the investment.
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