NEWS SOURCE: Xpediate Consulting LLC

SAN RAFAEL, Calif. – June 14 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Xpediate Consulting, LLC ( announces O’Connor Hospital, a principal provider of health care for Silicon Valley, and an affiliate of the Daughters of Charity Health System, as one of its latest marquee clients in California. O’Connor Hospital has selected Xpediate Consulting, LLC to implement the Xpediator JRepository(R) software, one of the nation’s first truly web-based JCAHO survey readiness and standard-based quality improvement solutions.

The Xpediator JRepository(R) provides Quality Management leadership the ability to run concurrent standard-based self-assessments, across facilities and departments. Auto-generated corrective action plans and complete up-to-the-minute reports on progress and outcomes ensure resources are applied in areas where a priority focus requires immediate attention.

O’Connor Hospital, like many similar organizations today, needed a way to streamline their JCAHO compliance efforts and found in Xpediate Consulting, LLC an organization that could move them beyond paper-based compliance and seamlessly bring their entire organization into the compliance workflow. “Worries about how to maintain continuous readiness are a thing of the past now that we have the Xpediator Jrepository,” says Robert Curran, PhD, Director of Clinical Excellence at O’Connor.

While quality of care improvement efforts are seemingly impeded by a never-ending series of regulatory changes, having detailed proof of proactive intervention meets a critical need to always be prepared for an unannounced site visit by JCAHO, State or Federal officials.

Joanne Allen, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for O’Connor said, “I am very pleased with the progress we have made since Xpediate has come on board. This tool has enabled us to get our hands around the monumental task of preparing for survey and know exactly where we are in the process. We have a lot of work to do before survey and Xpediate has given us the map, a compass, and even helped carry the load.”

About O’Connor Hospital

O’Connor Hospital, a member of the Daughters of Charity Health System, is a leader in promoting a healthy Santa Clara County. With the Daughters of Charity, OConner Hospital fosters the Catholic Church’s healing ministry and is a values-based health-care organization. As the first hospital in Santa Clara County, OConner Hospital has been providing quality health services and community support since it first opened its doors in 1889.

About Xpediate Consulting, LLC

Xpediate consulting, LLC is a consulting and software development organization managed by highly experienced and respected consulting executives. Xpediate services include: management, information technology, healthcare and human resource consulting; regulatory services; financial advisory services; business process outsourcing services; strategy; implementation assistance and e-health strategic services.

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Original Story ID: (472) :: 2005-06-0614-001

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NEWS SOURCE: Xpediate Consulting LLC | Published: 2005-06-14 10:02:00

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