Synopsis: The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center participated in a Q-Centrix enterprise assessment to develop a blueprint for data-driven decisions that would streamline operational efficiency and financial alignment across departments.
Already centralizing registry governance, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center sought to measure the effectiveness of its registry involvement to continue streamlining operational efforts. The organization quickly realized that consolidating such a vast amount of clinical quality data programs was a significant challenge, requiring substantial time and resource investments.
To overcome these challenges, the OSUWMC team partnered with Q-Centrix to develop a customized assessment to help guide the organization. The resulting strategic insights led to developments across the enterprise that unlocked new potential and continued success for the system.
This case study is for:
- Any hospital or health system searching for efficient and effective ways to assess their operational efficiency and registry participation
- Health leaders interested in learning more about the “blueprint” an enterprise assessment can provide for current-state analysis and future improvement opportunities
- Health systems looking to manage their assets and investments better, understand true costs, and align operations to high-value activities that reduce costs.
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