Medical errors are the third leading cause of deaths after heart disease and cancer. Each year, an estimated quarter of a million patients (range 250,000 - 440,000) die from medical errors. Millions more are affected from shabby care, bad treatments, and poor services from hospitals.
While others talked, we listened to the numerous emails and letters of complaints, suggestions, and feedback from patients over the last 10 years and created an easy tool for healthcare consumers to find and compare hospitals in Safety of Care, Outcomes of Care, Infections of Care, Unplanned Visits of Care, and Efficiency of Care.
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We supply artificial intelligence (AI) software and non-AI software to give health providers information regarding practice patterns for services that may pose undue risks to patients, and to inform health providers about practice patterns that are outliers or are outside recommended standards of care. We also offer additional information about hospitals through our hospital ratings services and our magazine.
Our members help others connect with great hospitals by sharing actual first-hand care experiences with hospitals. There is strength in numbers.
Since 2013, ratings, rankings, and reviews on more than 4,000 different US hospitals in the areas of Outcomes of Care, Safety of Care, Infections of Care, Unplanned Visits of Care, and Efficiency of Care.
Artificial intelligence software for processing EMR data to predict patient outcomes and provide clinical decision support by emulation of intelligence using machine learning, deep learning and artificial neural networks.
Hospital dashboards to give health providers additional information regarding practice patterns that may pose undue risks to patients, and to inform health providers about patterns that are outside recommended standards of care.
Online and paper magazines directed to health providers, executives, and consultants concerning access, cost, and quality of healthcare across the globe.