Clinical analytics and benchmarking
Vizient provides unique, powerful data management and analytics that drive decision making to improve quality of care.
Clinical Data Base
Trusted by teaching and community hospitals for over 30 years, our Clinical Data Base is the foundation to your performance improvement. It is the definitive source of information and analytic insights in over 97 percent of academic medical centers and 160 community hospitals. Full transparency allows you to identify hospitals by name to confidently benchmark against your peers. Hundreds of comparative benchmarks, such as mortality, length of stay, complication rates, readmission rates, resource utilization and more, will be at your fingertips.
Clinical Resource Manager
The Clinical Resource Manager (CRM) extends the power of the Clinical Database by providing comparative utilization data for pharmacy, imaging, laboratory, blood bank, and other high-impact areas. The CRM applies robust analytics to detailed line-item charge data, which allows you to identify trends and patterns that connect usage with outcomes and help you better manage costs.
Vizient Operational Data Base
Capture performance metrics from more than 140 Vizient facilities and access comparative data from more than 650 facilities including non-Vizient member hospitals. Compare operating practices, staffing levels, departmental configurations, and more to make smarter, faster decisions on budgets, operations, and strategies.
We make it easier to monitor and understand your environment with convenient online portal access, executive dashboards, and customizable reports to quickly spot high-value improvement opportunities.
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- Clinical Data Base
- Clinical Resource Manager
- Vizient Operational Data Base
UCLA improves with Clinical Data Base
UCLA, a U.S. News & World Report leader in neurosurgery, saw an opportunity to improve their risk adjusted mortality, which ranked in the bottom quarter against their peers during late 2011 and early 2012.
In 2014, UCLA rose to No. 17 of 112 academic medical centers in risk adjusted mortality for neurosurgery by using transparent comparative data and advisory from Vizient. They’ve continued to experience steady improvement both in observed mortality (from 7.37 percent to 3.57 percent) and expected mortality (from 5.69 percent to 6.43 percent).
In 2014, UCLA rose to No. 17 of 112 academic medical centers in risk adjusted mortality for neurosurgery