You Can’t Stop Risk—But You Can Manage It
Introducing the SNF Metrics Risk Management Suite
No More Paper, No More Spreadsheets.
Track, Report, Alert & Manage Risk In Your Facilities
It’s Hard to Prevent What You Can’t See
When your organization can track, manage and report in real time on facility risk,
you can rapidly improve systems, processes,
profitability, prevent the preventable and improve resident care.
Risk of Fines – Regulatory Oversight – Less Than Optimal Resident Care
Getting Comfortable With Risk
Risk is one part of managing a successful operation. Having the tools to help you see, pinpoint and resolve issues quickly and thoroughly is what real-time data systems help with.
Pulling in data from multiple systems saves time, reduces human error in reporting, and allows facilities to manage and tame the operational chaos that is a part of any SNF.
• Reduce your dependence on Excel and paper
• Streamline and formalize operational processes
• Know how to reduce facility liability
• Address and resolve matters before they become an issue
• Reduce staff administrative burden
• Save measurable staffing hours dedicated to tracking
• Breakdown siloes between facility departments
The apps have pre-built, integrated workflows that can make the process easier and faster to get started.
How Does The Risk Management Suite Work?
The Suite uses a three-pronged approach to rapidly capture critical data and trigger immediate alerts and reports to take action on.
- Capture the right information using apps designed for SNFs-easy-to-use with integrated workflows
- Real Time alerts
- Consolidated reporting and analytics
Capture data using apps with workflow…
The three apps that form the foundation for the Risk Management Suite are:
- Risk Reporter – Incident reporting at its best. Quickly and easily document falls, skin tissues, etc.
- Grievance Log – Tracking concerns from initial complaint through resolution and notification
- Worker Comp – Mange and monitor claims, costs and follow-ups
These are typically the three biggest risk areas in your operation.
Consolidated Reporting and Analytics
Now that the data is being collected via the apps. Reports can be generated automatically (daily, every x hours as needed) or pulled manually upon need.
- Managed Reporting – Verify resolution of assigned tasks, timely supervisor’s sign-off, etc.
- Consolidated –Birds-eye view of all risk areas with drill-through to detail
- Analytics – Trends, forecasts, etc.
Alerts the appropriate people in real-time! Receive notifications for new incidents, high-risk events, missed deadlines and more – in time to do something about it, not delays, or weeks, later.
This helps employees and management address problem areas and respond and resolve matters before they become issues. Your facility and employees will be able to function better and provide best care for residents and a safe working environment for employees.
Getting started is simple. Schedule a demonstration by filling out the form below. The demo gives you an opportunity to see how the Suite can help your organization move quickly from isolated spreadsheets to automated and integrated tracking and reporting systems.
Find out more from our articles and case studies listed below.
Manual to Automated SNF Organizations:
The path toward automation isn’t necessarily a straight line, but there are things SNF organizations can do to increase their capabilities and see a return on their investment.
When planning for PDPM and potential risk areas, it is essential to use data to support your clinical decisions.
Learn how one facility implemented real-time abilities to collect, analyze, use and explain clinical and operational data.
Know Your Data:
Prioritise your facility data in four key areas – OIG
Link All of Your Data With One Platform
Risk Management is just the beginning. SNF Metrics integrates with the most common systems used by skilled care facilities including:
SNF Metrics — Trusted Data Analytics Partner
"As we’ve grown, we needed infrastructure to help manage new facilities. SNF Metrics has helped tremendously by allowing us to monitor and benchmark new facilities, identify key areas for improvement – clinical, risk and financial – and help us keep our facilities performing well."
– Barry Munk