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Case Study: Using Data to Save Millions at Stamford Hospital

On-Demand Presentation

Stamford Health is a private, Level II trauma center and community academic hospital with 305 beds and 125 physicians. Its proximity to larger healthcare systems in the New York and Connecticut puts enormous pressure on this organization to perform exceptionally, both financially and clinically.

Attend this live webinar to learn how Stamford was able to effectively turn this challenge into an opportunity with data. By empowering its physicians, clinicians, nurses, analyst and knowledge workers with the right data at the right time, they succeed in significantly reducing operating costs while improving patient care.

Learning Objectives:

  • Summarize how Stamford Health saved $6.5 million improving its clinical resource management initiatives and more than $3 million in value analysis
  • Describe how data helped inform and improve Stamford's high volume, labor-intensive departments, such as ICU and ED
  • Explain how clinical efficiency is tracked using physician-specific metrics
  • Relate how self-service analytics continue to support and accelerate Lean Six Sigma and other process improvement projects

Divya Malhotra, MD, MHA, MBA
Director of Analytics and Innovation
Stamford Health

Divya Malhotra leads the Department of Analytics and Innovation at Stamford Health. In this role, she leads the organization in the areas of clinical and business analytics, performance improvement and business planning.

Prior to joining Stamford Health, Divya worked as senior manager for the Healthcare Operations Division of Plante & Moran, where she led various consulting projects focusing on cost reduction, value analysis and revenue cycle enhancement for various healthcare organizations. She has also worked as director performance improvement at VHA Consulting Services, where she assisted clients in Process Improvement and resource utilization using advanced analytical tools.

Divya is a certified Six Sigma Green Belt. She has an MD from University of Mysore, India, and a MBA and MHA from University of Minnesota.