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AHA Rolls Out 2010 Patient Flow Challenges Assessment

AHA Solutions, a subsidiary of The American Hospital Association (AHA), has launched 2010 Patient Flow Challenges Assessment (PFCA).

AHA Solutions said that the PFCA measures a range of critical issues across eight key stages of the patient flow process: pre-admission, admission, diagnostics, procedures, treatment, recovery, discharge, post-discharge and Home.

The data from the survey is compiled into a report that provides valuable insights into the leading patient throughput and capacity management challenges facing today’s hospitals.

Assessment participants share obstacles they face in the development and implementation of patient flow processes and technologies while learning about the experiences of hospital peers. Those who complete the survey will receive the 2010 PFCA report and an invitation to attend an AHA Solutions webinar featuring a discussion of the report’s important findings.

AHA Solutions develops educational programs for health care leaders based on the results of initiatives such as the PFCA. With the data, AHA Solutions is able to target products and services that best address the top concerns of health care leaders, enable maximum patient flow efficiencies and support improved patient quality.

Anthony Burke, CEO of AHA Solutions, said: “We have a unique vantage point in health care. Facilitating communication and sharing of experiences among health care leaders helps improve the delivery of patient care.”

Mary Longe, director of patient flow at AHA Solutions, said: “Health care reform demands immediate improvements in operational efficiency and mandates safety in order for an organization to serve its community.

“This survey helps identify the challenges hospitals are facing so we can provide the appropriate resources to address them. We encourage the chief nursing executive or the chair of the patient flow committee in every hospital to make sure that their voice is counted.”