R3Q (Readmissions Risk Ratio Quotient)
The Web Access R3Q (Readmissions Risk Ratio Quotient) is developed from a patent pending process that provides deeper layers of insights into a healthcare delivery operations aptitude and adherence to best practices in the reduction of patient hospital readmissions.
The patent pending technology combines an accumulation of a number of data sources and reports from a wide range of evolving medical service delivery environments.
The diagnostic monitoring data is collected from various platforms and connected sensor systems and sent to a secure network located at a physical location or hosted within the Internet and connected to the secure physical locations through a secure network connected sensor.
The various data sets when complied from all relevant sources are categorized into buckets, where the data is sorted and ranked by potential risk indicators for each category. These categories account for a number of variables in the readmissions process including general risk and risk mitigation.
The readmission risk and risk mitigation is contemplated across a number of variables for each category. The categories include General Procedure Data, Hospital Data, Patient Data and Post Procedure Data. Using our proprietary R3Q process, each category and its general risk is measured, base lined and quantified against HIPPA compliant medical data and known readmissions data.
Each categories data points are totaled and weighted against a baseline score for general risk of readmission. Each indicator above the baseline score for a non-readmission indicates an increased potential for readmission and preventive measures should be taken.
Why use the Web Access R3Q (Readmissions Risk Ratio Quotient)
- Developed with methodologies proven to reduce hospital readmission totals
- Designed to transform how hospitals and total patient readmissions are measured
- Designed to measure and enhance communication between clinicians and patients
- Provides relevant data across all conditions for the root cause assessment of readmissions