How Trinity Health drove $23M in labor cost savings

Livonia, Mich.-based Trinity Health was spending more than $27 million a year on patient sitters before the pandemic hit. Several weeks into treating COVID-19 patients, Trinity's leaders knew they'd need to rapidly accelerate a three-year plan to implement virtual monitoring across its 89 hospitals.

In just nine months, the health system deployed a nationwide virtual care platform with zero latency, resulting in significant cost reductions and improved quality of care.

Download this whitepaper to see how the system:
  • Replaced costly 1:1 sitters with 1:12 virtual monitoring solutions
  • Saved $23 million in labor costs
  • Decreased patient fall rates systemwide

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