National impact on kidney failure patients decreases costs and improves outcomes

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Kidney failure patients lead to $36 billion in costs every year in the US. Poor management, infections, sepsis, and hospital readmissions are a major contributor to these costs.

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Surgisphere developed a series of clinical management algorithms, supply chain recommendations, and service line advisories to help hospitals reduce HACs, readmissions, excess LOS, and cost of care. These algorithms have now been implemented at numerous hospitals throughout the United States.


Optimizing care for kidney failure patients can improve survival, decrease complications, and decrease cost per patient by $11,630 per patient per year. Secondary gains through VBP can lead to significant profit for hospital systems.

Decreased Cost Per Patient Per Year


These clinical management algorithms are being implemented in hospitals throughout the United States. Successful implementation for the country of Panama helped solve a major public health crisis in 2019.


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