Multi-Year Patient Surveillance Program Delivers Ongoing Incremental Returns

Surveillance programs provide significant clinical, operational, and financial benefits in years 1 and beyond due to the large number of patients in an EHR who may be ‘lost-to-followup’ care and benefit from immediate and ongoing management.

This case study summarizes the incremental financial benefits the vascular surgery department at UMass Memorial Health realized during the first 3 years of their new Abdominal Aortic aneurysm (AAA) surveillance program.

Read this case study to understand the following three key points:

1. The number of vascular surgeries increased by 160% in year 3 of the surveillance program.

2. A 100% return on investment (ROI) was realized in year 1 of this program.

3. Having 2,000 patients under surveillance generates significant incremental spin-off and downstream encounter revenue.

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