Rothman Index Licensed by Yale New Haven Health

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Rothman Healthcare Corporation announced the licensing of the Rothman Index by Yale New Haven Health System in Connecticut. Yale-New Haven Health will use the Rothman Index to help improve patient outcomes and reduce operating costs.

A primary goal of the implementation of the Rothman Index is to help reduce operating costs at the system’s flagship hospital Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH).

Rothman Healthcare developed the Rothman Index to bridge gaps in the continuity of care by allowing caregivers to leverage data found in a hospital’s electronic health record to display, track and visualize the progression of one or more patient’s health simultaneously over time. The Rothman Index generates regularly updated health scores synthesizing routine vital signs, nursing assessments, and lab results, for display in a user-friendly graphical format, summarizing thousands of pages of patient data at a glance making it easier to detect rapid and subtle declines in health earlier. Rapid Response Teams, physicians and nurses now have the ability to intervene earlier through “at-a-glance” summaries of a patient, unit or hospital.

“It’s common sense that healthier patients are less costly to treat. Using the Rothman Index to catch deterioration for earlier intervention will reduce unnecessary harm and suffering while saving health systems millions of dollars,” remarked Rothman Healthcare's CEO Richard Sommer. “We’re excited to rollout our life-saving application at this world renowned medical research facility.”

About Yale-New Haven Hospital

Yale-New Haven Hospital is a nationally recognized, 966-bed, not-for-profit hospital serving as the primary teaching hospital for the Yale School of Medicine. Yale-New Haven was founded as the fourth voluntary hospital in the U.S. in 1826 and today, the hospital complex includes Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital, Yale-New Haven Psychiatric Hospital and Smilow Cancer Hospital. YNHH has about 8,000 employees and a combined medical staff of about 3,600 university and community physicians practicing in more than 100 specialties. YNHH is accredited by the American Nurses' Credentialing Center as a Magnet Hospital, a national attestation that the nursing staff provides outstanding patient care.

Yale-New Haven Hospital is the primary teaching hospital for Yale School of Medicine (YSM). YNHH regularly ranks among the best hospitals in the U.S. and is an American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet Hospital. In conjunction Smilow Cancer Hospital, Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital, and YSM, YNHH is nationally recognized for its commitment to teaching and clinical research. The National Institutes of Health has recognized many of its medical care and research units for excellence, including the Cancer Prevention Research Unit, Cancer Information Service Center, Comprehensive Cancer Service, Digestive Disease Research Center, Child Health Research Center, Children's and Adults' Clinical Research Centers, and Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center. For more information, visit http://yalenewhavenhealth.org/.

About Rothman Healthcare Corporation

Rothman Healthcare Corporation is committed to improving the quality and efficacy of patient care with innovative, patient-centric software that enables healthcare professionals to easily access critical and actionable patient health data. The Rothman Index generates a graph of patient condition that allows for greater continuity and quality of care while reducing costs. For more information, call (866) 362-0001, email [email protected] or visit www.rothmanhealthcare.com.



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