Veinsite Hospital Value Analysis – ROI/Payback Models
Hospitals today are faced with ever increasing costs of patient care. Costs of peripheral IV catheter insertion range from $32-$45 per insertion. Costs from unnecessary central lines/PICCs resulting from failed peripheral IV attempts on DVA patients further escalates hospital operational costs. These higher acuity procedures can also significantly increase the risk of CLABSIs which is estimated to cost $34,000-$56,000 per episode.
The Veinsite Vein Imaging Device can easily pay for itself by allowing clinicians to effortlessly visualize more veins, valves, & bifurcations to maximize peripheral IV success rates and promote longer catheter dwell times. The savings opportunity creates a compelling economic case for Veinsite outlined in the following models:
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