Reducing the cost of best practice

Blue.Point partners with health system supply chain and value analysis teams to identify, implement, and sustain product utilization savings. Blue.Point has built advanced data management capabilities that enable a health system to have unprecedented visibility into the products they are using on their patients to identify clinical practice variation. Our comparative analytics, combined with our best practice research allows health systems to compare their usage and practice across their system, to other IDN’s, as well as to clinical best practices.


Success Stories

 

Improve
Clinical Care

Evidence-based practice is a key driver in healthcare today. We’re helping health systems pursue this care transformation by eliminating unnecessary variation in practice and product usage.

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Supply Chain And Clinicians
Working As One

Improved care and decreased expenses can no longer be achieved in silos. Our solutions provide a framework to facilitate productive cross-departmental discussions and uncover new opportunities.

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Change Management
Made Manageable

It is not enough to simply know a savings opportunity exists. We are making implementation easier, helping educate end-users about change, and measuring the results of their actions.

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  • Central Maine Healthcare

Surgeon Glove Utilization and Conversion Project Reveals Significant Savings

With the results of the utilization assessment and in conjunction with our action plan recommendations we revealed a $94,665 savings to Southcoast Hospital Group.

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Top 3 Reasons Utilization Savings are Sustainable

Top 3 Reasons Utilization Savings are Sustainable

Utilization projects in healthcare value analysis strive to answer several essential questions. How are the specific products used? How should these products be used? What might cause misuse? Is there variation in product, practice, or both?

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Waste in Healthcare

A Fresh Approach to Addressing Waste in Your Healthcare Organization

Waste in the US Healthcare System is estimated to be 25% of healthcare spending, equally up to as high as $935 billion. Six areas contributing to this waste include....

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