The mySPINE Health Rapid Recovery Program is designed to offer a safe, reliable, and cost-effective solution for complex spine procedures to select patients while offering physicians increased efficiencies with high-quality standards. Evidence-based care pathways have been developed to mitigate risk and reduce variability in care to insure reliable and predictable outcomes, patient, and physician satisfaction. In addition, the mySPINE Health Rapid Recovery Program offers physicians the ability to meet the emerging market demands for complex spine patients while achieving increased continuity of care.
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USPI’S team of industry leaders and content experts have created customizable clinical guidelines and a business operation model for ease of implementation, providing first-to-market capabilities for this service that include:
The physician, in conjunction with the MEC, customizes all clinical protocols and defines criteria for:
Minimally invasive advanced surgical techniques drive outpatient shift
Reimbursement trends encourage utilization in lower cost outpatient settings
Coverage expansion of outpatient joints among private payers
Disease Incidence and Prevalence
Growth osteoarthritis prevalence
Prevalence of diabetes and obesity
Growing elderly population (65+)
Increasing activity levels drive earlier utilization
Delivering the highest quality of care with outstanding service is USPI’s core mission. By providing our physician with a superior environment of care, driven by today’s proven processes and best practice, and coupled with increased efficiencies, the mySPINE Health Rapid Recovery Program will allow us to continue our mission throughout the complete continuum of care.
The mySPINE Health Rapid Recovery Program will ensure the Patient/Family experience is as good or better than what is being offered today. Several important process measures and outcome metrics will be monitored. The areas of focus and monitoring include: