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Case Studies - Morrison Healthcare

March 22, 2022

Technology has transformed the healthcare experience for patients and providers. It has brought new levels of efficiency and helped to deliver results for new safety initiatives. In hospital food and nutrition services, Morrison Healthcare has developed and invested in our MyDining program to bring a new level of service to patients.

March 4, 2022

In today’s evolving healthcare environment, quality patient care is of the utmost importance. Nutrition therapy is an integral part of this process since it’s estimated that about 30- 50% of hospitalized patients are malnourished upon admission. To help them solve this issue, Morrison Healthcare has developed a new software tool called MyMalnutrition Tools (MMT). The MMT program was implemented within 15 facilities in the same system.

March 4, 2022

MMT is used to track each patient identified by the dietitian as malnourished from the time the dietitian sees them until they are discharged. It takes the data and determines the difference in reimbursement due to the malnutrition code. The data also help us identify missed opportunities, such as when the dietitian identified malnutrition, but the patient wasn’t coded with malnutrition at discharge. This is an example where the MHC Malnutrition program helps the hospital receive the reimbursement for the care provided.

September 29, 2020

“The Five Pillars of Safety in Healthcare: The Power of Clean,” details industry-leading strategic best practices and protocols to decrease healthcare associated infections (HAIs) and environmental contamination in hospital settings. The white paper is particularly timely as it highlights the ways standard operating protocols should be enhanced and expanded during a pandemic like COVID-19.

June 16, 2020

Support Services Strategies in a Pandemic

Morrison and Compass One Healthcare responded to COVID-19 with new products, new protocols, and new ideas. But COVID-19 was not the first coronavirus and may not be the last. Make sure you’re ready for what’s to come.

March 4, 2019

Changes in healthcare, such as rising costs and revised reimbursement practices like the hospital value-based purchasing program, have resulted in a heightened focus on the quality of care. Hospital performance, measured by patient outcomes such as hospital-acquired conditions and readmission rates, has affected reimbursement rates since 2012 and it publicly reported. [more]