The Most-Evidence-Based Practice You’re Not Doing Yet?

 

SIBR might be the most evidence-based clinical pratice your hospital units are not using yet.

Strong results of Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounds (SIBR Rounds) have been well-documented across 15 presented and published studies from the past decade representing 14 different hospitals.

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SIBR results come in 5 flavors

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LOS & DC coordination

Up to 43% decrease in LOS – 9-15% typical

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Reduce harm events

24.5% decrease in unit mortality

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Patient experience

88 point increase for HCAHPS “rate the hospital”

Reduced care costs

$1.4M annual savings per unit due to lower LOS

Employee engagement

24% increase in nursing job satisfaction (76% to 100%)

Reduce Harm Events + Delight Patients + Satisfy Employees + Reduce Costs of Care = No Tradeoffs Needed

Why is SIBR special? Most hospital interventions involve tradeoffs — improve patient care at a cost, or save costs by cutting care. The SIBR evidence base shows it’s possible to break those trade-offs — improve patient care and satisfaction in a way that produces significant cost savings. In this way, a SIBR implementation led by 1Unit can pay for itself within a few months.

If innovation is the breaking of conventional tradeoffs, then SIBR may be the most innovative clinical operations practice available.

Recognized in Leading Journals

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SIBR has worked on more than 20 unit types

Acute Medical Units

Aged Care

Aged Care Rehab

Cardiac Care

ICU

HDU/Step-down

Infectious Disease

Med-surg units

Neuro

Neurosurgery

Observation Unit

Oncology

Orthopedics

Pediatrics

Renal

SNF/Post-Acute

Stroke

Surgery

Telemedicine

Thoracic