Capturing the Full Value of the Hospitalist Program

Imperatives for improving hospitalist program ROI

Get our framework and four imperatives for capturing the full value of the hospitalist program.

Capturing Full value of Hospitalist Program

In most hospitals, hospitalists care for over 50% of patients, but few hospitalist programs have been fully leveraged to advance outcomes.

To help hospitalist programs realize their full potential, we break down four imperatives to help physician leaders overcome the major, consistent challenges hospitalist programs face. In addition, our downloadable templates and resources will help you implement these imperatives at your organization.

A scalable force for quality

Hospital medicine has quickly grown to become a firmly established physician presence in nearly all hospital organizations today. This rapid expansion of hospital medicine was initially fueled by the need for greater operational efficiency, but today, there is increased recognition that hospitalists can inflect many more outcomes.

Hospitalists care for a large proportion of patients and their performance drives organizational quality performance, which truly makes them a “scalable force for quality.” Yet, only about a third of executives reported feeling confident that they had a high-performing hospitalist program. This begs the question—why are hospital executives less than confident in their hospitalist programs?

Executives are missing a bigger opportunity to position their hospitalists to lead broad, transformational quality improvement efforts. With the right support and expectations, hospitalists can have a profound impact on quality and culture across the organization.

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