Innovations in patient care boost health outcomes — and the bottom line
How do you improve patient care and keep a tight rein on costs?
UC set out to tackle that challenge in 2010 when it launched the Center for Health Quality and Innovation.
The $25 million investment in testing innovative approaches has paid off, bringing tangible health benefits to patients at its five medical centers that generated more than $65 million in net financial gain throughout UC Health, according to a report released this month at the center’s 2017 Colloquium at UC San Francisco.
The center has awarded more than 50 grants totaling $15 million, formed systemwide collaboratives and developed partnerships to improve patient outcomes. The result: better patient outcomes and a more than doubling of its return on investment through projects that have either reduced costs, increased revenue or attracted additional grant funding.
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