Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital case study

Learn about a multidisciplinary infection prevention strategy with BD surveillance


Robert Wood Johnson Hospital with 287 beds in Hamilton, New Jersey. 


Infections were negatively impacting patient safety and the bottom line, but the data enabling staff to identify risk areas and standardize treatment was lacking.


The hospital implemented MedMined services along with a hospital-wide, multidisciplinary campaign to target and prevent infections.


The hospital has:

  • Protected 722 patient lives.
  • Avoided 5,313 days of LOS.
  • Saved more than $3 million.
  • Saved more than $2 million in its bottom line.

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