Candello members use their access to extensively coded local and national data, advanced analytics and industry experts to save lives and money, proving there is safety in numbers. These stories of tangible value illustrate how to achieve real change with the right tools in hand.
Risk Assessment & for a Growing System
After acquiring a suburban community hospital and with plans for continued growth, Beth Israel Deaconess Network engaged Candello in 2012 to conduct a Risk Appraisal and Plan (RAP) to understand and address the patient safety implications of ongoing expansion.
Through its partnership in Candello’s national MPL benchmarking community, Constellation gained newfound clarity into team-based factors driving diagnostic risks and made operational improvements to support providers throughout the diagnostic process.
MaineHealth saw three anti-coagulation management safety reports for non-cardiac patients in a short time frame. They then turned their MPL benchmarking data to into a system-wide improvement effort in anti-coagulation management.
Insights from MPL Data Lead to Improvements in OB & ED Services
After the 1999 IOM Report shone a light on the impact of medical errors in hospitals across the country, MedStar leaders sought to understand specific drivers of vulnerability in their hospitals and develop targeted interventions to improve care in high risk areas.
Through its partnership in Candello’s national MPL benchmarking community, MIEC empowers its insureds to minimize risk by identifying underlying causes of adverse events in their specialty and pinpointing practice improvement opportunities.
When complaints arose from opioid-reliant chronic pain patients whose PCPs retired or transitioned, UMASS leveraged its membership in Candello’s benchmarking community to quantify the potential clinical and legal risks.
UC Davis needed reliable reporting and credible data vs. anecdotal accounts to prevent recurrence of error. Find out how Candello data directed them to create a checklist of adverse event factors they needed to analyze.