Crimson Training – Improve patient care outcomes

What: A dedicated trainer will be onsite to educate medical staff and quality leaders, physician leaders and executives about Crimson in a computer training environment. Crimson is a risk-adjusted outcomes database that will enable us to analyze and improve our patient care outcomes. The tool, offered by the Advisory Board, integrates physician-specific quality and utilization data to review mortality, complications, readmissions, and efficiency measures.

Why: Crimson is a tool for clinical excellence that provides increased data accuracy and improved data transparency over other similar programs. Crimson’s platform captures current data on a regularly scheduled basis allowing physicians to proactively address opportunities for clinical transformation and improvement.

When: Friday, December 7, beginning at 8 a.m.

Contact: For more information about Crimson, user accesses, or training opportunities, contact Ruby T. Higgins, RN, BSN, Sr. Leader Quality Services and Risk Management — Office: 540-498-4486 / Mobile: 540-455-1990 /

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