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A Food and Nutrition team creates an environment where employees feel free to voice their opinions and ideas—and can expect action to be taken on their input.
From an average of 16 patient falls per month, the number went down to three a month.
Pharmacy team does better than regional goal, filling 88 percent of high-priority prescriptions promptly.
No staff injuries related to patient handling for 140 days thanks to signs, better communication.
Processing HPV tests now takes less than half the time, so the workload increase has been absorbed with no extra staff.
Summer interns advanced 12 UBTs at least one level on the Path to Performance.
Team reduced patient falls by 40 percent in one year.
The team went two years without a single instance of a serious pressure ulcer resulting from a respiratory aid.
Increase in percentage of little ones with all immunizations current.
Cut an average of a day off the length of patient stays.
Fully 90 percent of patients overdue for screenings agreed to get screened after getting prompted by this eye care team.
Instead of patients staying in the hospital two or three days, about 64 percent were discharged within a day of surgery.
This team remained flexible and confident in its ability to adjust to change after health care reform transformed their patient population.