Integrated Healthcare (IHHI), a US-based hospital management company located in California, has selected RGP Healthcare’s Pavisse health IT system to enhance patient safety.
Pavisse is a new integrated incident management solution created to help hospitals manage all patient safety, patient privacy and other compliance-related incidents across the enterprise.
Pavisse helps hospitals and other healthcare organisations (HCOs) to comply with ever-changing healthcare regulations and standards, learn from mistakes, and improve safety.
Pavisse captures incident data and provides required reports to multiple patient safety organisations and state agencies.
IHHI executive vice president and COO Dan Brothman said: "Pavisse’s comprehensive incident management system will help us create a safer environment for patients in our four hospitals."
Brothman also said that Pavisse will help IHHI identify and address incidents in real time.
"We have a responsibility to our patients to promptly resolve any concerns; Pavisse aids us in that area. If we are experiencing problems on the night shift with patient safety on the third floor, Pavisse will alert us to the event, analyse the root cause and allow us to take immediate corrective action with our staff to educate them and fix the problem," Brothman added.
Pavisse also helps healthcare organisations customise workflow, data collection, analysis and reporting to meet specific needs as well as eliminate complex data transfers and double data entry.
RGP Healthcare president Radgia Cook said: "IHHI is committed to providing the highest-quality patient care. We are excited that such a great organisation has selected Pavisse to help it achieve its goals."
IHHI owns and operates four hospitals in Orange County, California – Western Medical Center Santa Ana, Western Medical Center Anaheim, Coastal Communities Hospital and Chapman Medical Center.
The four hospitals have a total of 770 beds, 2,787 employees, and 1,725 active physicians.