2013-07-17: MedStar Health & Innovation

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2013-07-17: MedStar Health & Innovation

  1. 1. MedStar Health & Innovation Edmund Tori, D.O. MedStar Institute for Innovation (MI2) July 17, 2013 (& What’s In It For You?)
  2. 2. MedStar Health
  3. 3. MedStar At-A-Glance §  Ten hospitals and 20+ diversified companies §  More than 100 locations across Maryland and DC §  29,000+ associates §  6,000 affiliated physicians –  1,100 residents/fellows in 80+ teaching programs §  Over 3,300 total licensed beds
  4. 4. Regional Impact
  5. 5. MedStar At-A-Glance Annual Inpatient Admissions: 163,000 Annual Inpatient Days: 800,000 Annual ED Visits: 478,000 Annual Outpatient Visits: 2,000,000+ Annual Home Health Visits: 200,000 Annual Clinical Trial Enrollment: 2,700 Annual Births: 12,000 Annual Surgeries: 114,000 (Figures based on nine hospitals in FY2011) We treat more than 500,000 patients annually:
  6. 6. Daily Regional Impact On a typical week day, the MedStar Health system: §  Admits more than 636 new patients §  Treats over 1,800 patients in our Emergency Departments §  Sees about 6,100 patients in our outpatient areas (cancer care, imaging, same-day surgery, rehab) §  Performs over 430 surgeries §  Delivers about 50 babies §  Conducts more than 760 home care visits
  7. 7. Internal & External Challenges
  8. 8. 2009
  9. 9. Market Share Leadership Almost 1 in 5 patients in the region are cared for by MedStar Health MedStar Health Region Includes: Anne Arundel, MD; Baltimore, MD; Baltimore City, MD; Calvert, MD; Carroll, MD; Charles, MD; Frederick, MD; Harford, MD; Howard, MD; Montgomery, MD; Prince George's, MD; St. Mary's, MD; Washington, DC. 0.6% 2.9% 5.3% 5.8% 8.9% 10.1% 19.6% 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% INOVA(4) Dimensions Healthcare LifeBridge Health System Adventist Healthcare System Univ of Md Health System Johns Hopkins Health System MedStar Health System Source: DCHA/Webfocus, FY 2008, excludes DRG 391 (Normal Newborns) FY08 Total Regional Inpatient Market Discharges = 713,411 Note: Data predates MedStar acquisition of Montgomery Medical Center(Feb 08) and St Mary’s (Oct10) and Hopkins acquisition of Suburban (June 09) and Sibley (Nov 2010)
  10. 10. July 18, 2013 11
  11. 11. The tyranny of the daily trumps the pursuit of the remarkable There is a vast amount of untapped intellectual capital at MedStar Health
  12. 12. “Innovation”
  13. 13. MedStar Institute for Innovation (MI2) §  Chartered in 2009 by Ken Samet, CEO & President of MedStar Health §  Serves as a catalyst and seed crystal for innovation across the MedStar organization §  Created based on three foundational premises: –  For MedStar to achieve greatness in a changing and challenging healthcare environment, it must innovate. –  The tyranny of the daily trumps the pursuit of the remarkable unless consciously countered by a force and effort. –  A vast amount of untapped and undertapped creative and intellectual capital exists among MedStar’s 29,000+ Associates.
  14. 14. MI2 Vision, Mission & Mantra Vision: For MedStar Health to become a high innovation organization Mission: To catalyze and create innovation that advances health Catalyze §  Innovation Education within the Enterprise §  Early Adoption of Innovation for Competitive Advantage §  Idea Incubation and Collaboration on Innovation Efforts §  Napkin to Market Commercialization Services Create §  Innovative Solutions in Select Focused Domains Mantra: Think Differently
  15. 15. MI2 Domains §  MedStar Inventor Services §  National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare §  Simulation & Training Environment Laboratory (SiTEL) §  Infonovation §  Telehealth §  Care Delivery §  Complex Systems §  Presence
  16. 16. Test Name Result Unit Reference Range Glucose 87.0 MG/DL 65.0- 125 Sodium 140.0 HMOL/L 136 - 144 Potassium 4.6 HMOL/L 3.60-5.10 BUN 9.00 MG/DL 8.00-24.00 Creatinine 0.90 MG/DL 0.70-1.30 Uric acid 6.00 MG/DL 3.00-8.10 Cholesterol 215.0 MG/DL 120 -233 Triglycerides 230.0 MG/DL 50.0- 200 Protein, Total 7.60 GM/DL 6.50-8.30 GGT 18.0 UNITS/L 5.00-80.0 WBC 5.10 THOUS./CU.MM 4.00-11.0 RBC 3.88 MIL./CU.MM 4.20-5.40 Low Normal High
  17. 17. Influence
  18. 18. Mobile
  19. 19. Healthification of Games
  20. 20. Social Collaboration
  21. 21. Opportunities
  22. 22. Questions?
  23. 23. Thank You Ed Tori ed.tori@gmail.com @RookieDoc MI2 http://mi2.org @Mi2innovation

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