Case Study: Changing the Status Quo at a New Mexico Hospital
Whether in healthcare or in virtually every other industry, there is often a reluctance to change the status quo even if it means accepting a less than optimal level of performance.
In hospitals, even as reform of healthcare practices demands higher quality care at a lower cost, some executives are hesitant to change their anesthesia provider due to fear of disturbing long-standing professional relationships and causing disruption in the daily functioning of the operating room. Somnia Anesthesia’s new case study describes how an acute care hospital in New Mexico chose to change the status quo in its operating rooms and tackle the uncertainty and challenges head-on.
Download this case study now to read how the hospital concluded a change in the anesthesia group was necessary, the process they took to choose a new provider, and the positive changes they enjoy as a result of changing the status quo.