Florida Hospital Improves Transport Efficiency Despite Rising ADC and a Reduction in Staff
Posted on June 16, 2015
by Elizabeth Treichler
A 250-bed BedWatch partner hospital in northeastern Florida was able to use BedWatch Transport Control to drive significant improvement in daily patient transport operations, despite a rising ADC and a reduction in Patient Transport staff.
Using BedWatch Transport Control, the hospital successfully:
- Increased the number of Average Daily Transports by 59% (from 135 to 215)
- Reduced Average Transport Completion Time by 37% (from 27.8 minutes to 17.4 minutes)
- Increased Average Daily Transports per FTE by 91% (from 9.25 to 17.62)
All this was done with fewer FTEs — 12.2 plus a manager with BedWatch, down from 14.6 before implementation in Q3 2013.
For more information about this partner success story, view the full post in Bedwatch’s Results section.
Elizabeth Treichler is the Director of Marketing at BedWatch®, a subsidiary of HHS, that offers a cutting-edge, cloud-based patient throughput management system.