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In the Literature: At Intermountain, process improvement reduces inductions, cesareans, NICU admissions, and costs

As a result of process improvement efforts bolstered by robust information systems, the proportion of all inductions that lacked strong indications for clinical appropriateness fell from 28 percent to less than 2 percent. The project also resulted in decreases in both NICU admissions and cesareans, and Intermountain estimates that the elective induction protocol reduces health care costs in Utah by $50 million per year.

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Filed in Blueprint, Clinical audit, case review, or analysis of adverse events, Clinical controversies, Clinical practice guideline/policy change, Health information technology, Health information technology, In the Literature, Payment reform, Performance measurement, Performance measurement/reporting on Fri., Jul 29, 2011

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