Floyd™ Medical Center Becomes Care Logistics’® 20th Hospital Partner

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Floyd collaborates with Care Logistics to realize proven improvements in patient throughput, quality of care and patient experience

Our partnership with Care Logistics will help us advance our mission to deliver exceptional care by continually improving quality, accessibility, affordability and personal dignity.

Floyd Medical Center announces a collaboration with Care Logistics® to become the 20th hospital partner to adopt the Hospital Operating SystemTM solution, a combination of innovative logistics software and care coordination redesign proven to dramatically improve hospital operational efficiency. The 10 contracted hospitals already fully operational with the solution have realized more than $120,000,000 in value by collaborating with Care Logistics to establish a comprehensive hospital logistical control system.

“Our partnership with Care Logistics will help us advance our mission to deliver exceptional care by continually improving quality, accessibility, affordability and personal dignity,” said Kurt Stuenkel, President and CEO of Floyd. “Their breakthrough approach will help us better serve our community by further improving the quality of care and the satisfaction of patients and their care providers.”

Care Logistics has created the first logistical control system to manage the movement of patients throughout their hospital stay. The solution has helped partner hospitals absorb increases in demand without sacrificing quality, achieving remarkable and sustainable improvements in patient and staff satisfaction.

“Floyd has a demonstrated commitment to achieving dramatic results,” said Karl Straub, president of Care Logistics. “They embrace innovation and the bold changes necessary to thrive in an environment that is increasingly challenging for care delivery organizations.

Hospitals have achieved dramatic results working with Care Logistics:

  • Increase in net operating margin from 1 percent to more than 5 percent
  • 25 percent decrease in patient average length of stay
  • 49 percent decrease in hospital-acquired infection rates

Care Logistics helps hospitals achieve these dramatic results by creating a culture of efficiency, designing a new patient care coordination model, implementing enterprise logistics software and establishing real-time operational performance management. The result is smoother patient flow that leads to reliable and predictable operational performance.

“Working with Floyd as our 20th hospital partner confirms the value of applying logistical control systems for patient movement in a hospital setting, a unique concept in healthcare that delivers unprecedented financial and operational results,” said Straub.

About Floyd

Floyd is an award-winning system of health care providers serving northwest Georgia and northeast Alabama. Located in Rome, Ga., it is Floyd County’s largest employer with more than 2,400 employees. Founded in 1942 as Floyd Hospital, the organization has grown to include Floyd Medical Center, a 304-bed, not-for-profit teaching hospital; Polk Medical Center, a 25-bed critical access hospital; and a full range of ancillary services in the Coosa Valley region. Floyd is home to a state-designated Level II Trauma Center, a behavioral health center, primary care and a network of urgent care providers. Floyd also hosts outpatient services, including the Floyd County Clinic and an associated pharmacy for uninsured patients who cannot otherwise afford health care.

About Care Logistics®

Care Logistics® partners with hospitals to design and deploy a new Care Coordination Model supported by Process Reengineering, Enterprise Logistics Software, and a system wide Operational Mindset and Execution Curriculum. Care Logistics® Hospitals enjoy dramatic results and breakthrough performance in Patient Throughput, Quality, and Experience.

For more information, contact Care Logistics at (800) 930-0870, or learn more about the dramatic results Care Logistics customers are achieving at: carelogistics.com/outcomes.

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