Healthcare Quality Improvement Consulting

The possibilities for dramatically improving healthcare are limited only by our imagination, experience, and effort.

 
 

 
 

Consulting Engagements:  Project Descriptions & Outcomes

Intermountain Healthcare System:  Twine Clinical has just completed a consulting engagement with Intermountain Healthcare System of Salt Lake City, UT, focused on improving the rate of incidence of venous thromboembolism (VTE) in hospitalized medical patients.

Performance deficiency:  Low rates of prophylaxis for VTE leading to high rates of VTE incidence and correspondingly high rates of morbidity, mortality, and cost.

 


Fletcher Allen Health Care System:  Twine Clinical is currently  conducting a consulting engagement with Fletcher Allen Heath Care of Burlington, VT, focused on improving the rate of VTE in hospitalized medical patients.

Performance Deficiency:  Low rates of prophylaxis for VTE leading to high rates of VTE incidence and correspondingly high rates of morbidity, mortality, and cost.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Harbin Clinic:  Twine Clinical is currently conducting a consulting engagement with Harbin Clinic of Rome, GA, focused on improving rates of diabetes-related complications in primary care patients.

Performance Deficiency:  Low rates of adherence by primary care clinicians to PQRI diabetes management metrics leading to high rates of diabetes-related complications.

 

 

 

 

Central Texas Veteran's Administration Healthcare System:  Twine Clinical is currently initiating a consulting engagement with the Central Texas VA Healthecare System in Temple, TX, focused on improvint the rates of administration of influenza vaccination.

Performance Deficiency:  Low rates of administration of influenza vaccine among all treated populations.

 

 


 

Oncology Practice (TBD):  Twine Clinical is currently seeking a partner oncology practice for implementation of a QI initiaitve focused on improving the rates of QOPI metric performance.  This project is fully funded.

Performance Deficiency:  Low rates of adherence to QOPI metrics.