Synopsis: When a Texas-based health system developed a backlog of 1,500 NSQIP cases, health system leaders set out to clear this backlog and pave the way for data-driven process improvements. By partnering with clinical data experts to develop a standardized process for managing NSQIP cases, the facility was equipped to consistently meet NSQIP deadlines, ensure the integrity of its clinical data, and drive initiatives to make process improvements going forward.
At least half of postoperative complications occur after a patient has left the hospital—which is why tracking patients’ preoperative, postoperative, and post-discharge clinical data is so important.
Our latest case study shares the story of a Texas-based health system that set out to clear its backlog of 1,500 NSQIP cases and pave the way for data-driven process improvements. By partnering with clinical data experts, the facility was equipped to develop a standardized process for managing NSQIP cases and empower staff to spend more time on quality improvement.
This health system’s approach serves as a valuable example for facility leaders looking to drive process improvements and unlock the value of their clinical data.
This article is for:
- NSQIP leaders searching for insights and best practices for successful registry participation.
- Facility leaders looking to drive process improvements
- Healthcare teams who desire more information about the NSQIP registry and the less common reasons hospitals participate.
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