Research Summaries

Length of Stay

Reduce Excess Days

0 %
Average Length of Stay reduction
0 days
Average Length of Stay reduction
Annual Cost Savings

Lower Costs of Care

$ 0
27-bed med surg unit
$ 0
10-bed aged care for the elderly unit
$ 0
27-bed medical telemetry unit
Adverse Event Reduction

Avoid Unecessary HACs

0 %
decrease in unit mortality
0 %
decrease in falls
0 %
decrease in code blues
Satisfaction & Interprofessional Collaboration

A Better Experience of Providing Care

0 %
increase in nurses rating of IPC
0 %
increase in nursing satisfaction
0 %
resident preference of SIBR rounds
0 %
increase in nursing participation on rounds
Patient Satisfaction

Prevent Patient and Family Frustration

0 %
increase in top-box survey scores
0 %
increase in staffs' ability to explain results
0 %
reduction in family compliants

Read the case studies

Presbyterian St Luke's

Improved their outcomes on every measure when compared with similar Hospitalist groups in 6 different hospitals within the system.

Orange Healthcare
Orange Hospital

Significantly reduced their adjusted cost of stay per patient, despite a significant increase in Patient Clinical Complexity Level. The unit also reduced mortality and need for clinical reviews.

Loma Linda Children's Hospital

SIBR reduced rounding times per patient and significantly decreased lengths of PICU stay. Improvements in the quality of rounds saw improved interdisciplinary participation and improved family satisfaction.

The Christ Hospital

Implemented SIBR on 2 units and saw a variety of benefits including improvements in staff satisfaction, length of stay, 30-day readmissions, throughput, and patient satisfaction.

Yale New Haven Health

SIBR significantly improved perceptions of IPC (interprofessional communication) and workplace efficiency, which are two important domains of healthcare quality.

Westmead Hospital

2 side-by-side 25 bed aged care wards saw improvements including a significant reduction in falls and nursing home placements, but did not see improvements in length of stay or readmissions; a probable consequence of doing SIBR only twice per week.