Real-World

Evidence & Economics

Evidence - Intermountain Healthcare 

  • 83% of nurses recommended the adoption of MedLite ID.

  • 78% of nurses reported increased overall patient safety and care.

  • 81% of nurses noticed improved efficiency associated with line tracing.

  • 87% of nurses claimed reduced stress associated with line tracing.

Evidence - Utah Tech (formerly DSU)

  • 100% decreased the time it took them to find the medication line with an overall time savings of 34%, or nearly one minute.

  • 100% expressed how the MedLite ID reduced their stress levels.

  • Average time savings per trial was 57.3 seconds with just 4 lines.

  • 51% nursing productivity/ efficiency improvement.

Evidence - MedLite Tape Study

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  • 80% of the used rolls tested positive for pathogens.

  • 16 of the 36 bacteria and fungi found were pathogenic.

  • Two bacteria identified as critical or serious by the World Health Organization.

MedLite Evidence Summary

What Can MedLite Smart Lites Do For You?


  • 78% Increase in Patient Safety
  • 34% Reduction in Time to Identify
  • 81% Improved Efficency
  • 87% Nurse Stress Reduction

83% Nurse Adoption

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MedLite ID & Infectious Disease

Reduce exposure to infectious disease by up to two hours per day per 12-hour shift. 

  • Healthcare workers can be exposed more often due to numerous infected individuals. Reducing the frequency and intensity of exposure to infectious diseases list MRSA or SARs-CoV-2 might reduce the infectious dose and result in less severe cases.Icon-Covid-Checklist

  • It is reasonable to consider 15 minutes of exposure as prolonged exposure to some infectious diseases. This could refer to a single exposure to one infected individual or several briefer exposures to several individuals, adding up to at least 15 minutes during a 24-hour period (CDC).

  • Return to work 7-20 days since symptoms first appeared, and 24 hours from last fever and symptoms (depending on your immunocompromised state.) (CDC)


 

$1,500 Per Day Savings

Adding MedLite ID converts a daily loss to a daily savings


  • 78% of ADE Costs Not Reimbursed
  • 56% of ADEs are Infusion Related
  • 19 ADEs per 1000 ICU Patient Days
  • 17+ Drugs Per Day in ICU
  • $2,200 Lost per Day per 100 Beds
  • $5,185 Average ADE Costs Per Event

Avoid $2,200 Lost Per Day

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Economics 

What is the cost of doing nothing?  We can convert an estimated $2,200 loss per day to $1,500 per day in savings after paying for the MedLite ID solution

  • A 100-bed hospital could experience about 153 infusion ADEs annually.
  • This is an annual loss of $790K - a loss that can be avoided.
  • After paying for MedLite ID, a net $500K+ in savings is possible.

Possible IV ADE Loss Per 100 Beds

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Possible Savings Per
100 Beds

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