2023 Most Wired Clinical Quality and Safety Segment Report

This report explores findings on availability & utilization of clinical tools and how HCOs can improve their clinical quality and safety.
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Jan 24, 2024, 2:41 PM

To help make sense of the findings on Clinical Quality and Safety in the 2023 Digital Health Most Wired (DHMW) survey and how this fits the current state of digital transformation in healthcare, CHIME and Digital Health Analytics (DHA) offer this engaging report.

This report dives into the crucial trends impacting clinical quality and safety, focusing on two key areas:

  • Availability of Clinical Tools: We explore the current landscape of tools designed to support quality and safety, examining their range, accessibility, and potential limitations.
  • Utilization of Clinical Tools: We delve into how healthcare organizations are actually leveraging these tools, identifying factors influencing their adoption and effectiveness.

Download the report today to gain insights into:

  • Emerging trends in clinical quality and safety, particularly in the context of technological advancements and evolving care models.
  • Challenges and opportunities faced by healthcare organizations in optimizing their use of clinical tools for improved outcomes and patient safety.
  • Strategies and best practices for maximizing the impact of clinical tools within healthcare settings.

By understanding these trends and their implications, healthcare organizations can make informed decisions to improve their clinical quality and safety performance, ultimately leading to better patient care and a healthier future.

DHMW and the overarching theme of accelerating data usage

The annual CHIME Digital Health Most Wired (DHMW) survey is a significant digital health “north star” that healthcare organizations (HCOs) have relied upon for years. Reflecting the digital profiles of approximately 40% of U.S. hospitals, the array of HCOs included in the 2023 DHMW survey is representative of the known US Health System landscape.

In a digital health world shaped by Meaningful Use, HCOs have largely moved on from focusing on their data capture and storage capabilities to improving outcomes. In this environment, leveraging data emerges as a critical activity in the realization of improved operational and clinical outcomes. This “acceleration of data usage” was evident in all eight sections, including Clinical Quality and Safety.

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