140-Bed Texas Hospital Reduces Average Bed Turnover Time to 48 Minutes in First Year

By on May 20, 2014 in Results

Since implementing BedWatch Bed Control, this East Texas hospital has successfully reduced average bed turnover times by 15%, from 56 minutes per discharge clean in March 2013, when BedWatch was implemented, to just 48 minutes on average for the First Quarter of 2014.

Avg Bed Turnover Improvement - TX - 05.2014

The hospital had no prior throughput management system — with the wealth of data provided by BedWatch, the hospital’s leadership team was able to objectively analyze throughput processes, in order to identify and address chronic process issues. As a result of the engagement and active dedication of the leadership team and front-line staff, the hospital has successfully reduced average bed turnover by 15%.

To learn more about how BedWatch Bed Control helps hospitals achieve lasting improvement in throughput processes, by reducing bed turnover times and ultimately patient wait times, please contact us for more information or to schedule a live demo.


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