Across the nation, healthcare organizations are making substantial investments training their staffs in leading quality improvement techniques. Given this, why isn’t there a linear correlation between the number of staff trained and predictable, substantive organizational improvements in quality or profitability? This case study shows the Galloway approach and how it is unique; the client who […]Full story »
Clinical Quality Improvement
Galloway’s experience and approach sorts through complexity and produces clarity, improving performance in all key areas – quality, safety, service, volume, revenue, cost, and patient flow. We invite you to browse the insights below.
Simply achieving the requirements of Meaningful Use as outlined by CMS isn’t enough to fully leverage the benefits of an EHR or realize a beneficial ROI relative to the cost of implementation for these systems. For a great many providers, EHR “go live” ushers in extended periods of disruption both for the physician practices and […]Full story »
We are at a unique time in the provision of healthcare in America with changes taxing fundamental structures that have been built to meet client and community needs over the past fifty years. Staff and physicians’ ability to respond to change in meaningful and timely ways to address their environment have markedly impacted health systems’ ability […]Full story »
“It seemed like a good idea at the time.” That is what we heard, more than once. But the conclusion we reached was simple: change management principles should not be compromised for sake of expediency. The reality is you don’t always know at the outset of a major initiative what new information might complicate project […]Full story »
If hospital leadership expects to achieve efficiencies, stay competitive, maintain compliance and quality of care, the performance of individual services must be continuously measured, monitored and assessed. Evaluating and identifying improvement areas and introducing appropriate interventions can be time consuming – particularly because opportunities are often spread across all service lines and most DRG’s. Variation […]Full story »