Lack of care coordination resulted in fragmented care that was hard for these individuals to navigate, and resulted in potentially avoidable costs
in emergency room, hospital and institutional care.
"These unnecessary and avoidable costs
pile on more pressure when people are trying to keep their bills as low as possible.
The Minister of Power,Works and Hiusing, Mr Babatunde Fashola, who kick-started the event, also listed other challenges where stakeholders must work together to improve upon in order to remove avoidable costs
from road and related infrastructure development.
It is for cost accountants to help in innovation and improvement of processes and systems to reduce avoidable costs
and make each rupee that is invested go that much further.
Anjum Nisar also viewed we must be ensured that the dynamic and enduring benefits from CPEC accrue to the people living in the deprived districts of Baluchistan and Southern KP and by playing a more active role in maximising the benefits to the people of deprived districts and containing avoidable costs
, the government must able to allay a lot of misapprehensions and doubts.
Of the estimated avoidable costs
, non-adherence (57%) far outpaced delayed evidence-based treatment practice (13%), antibiotic misuse (11%), and medication errors (9%) among total avoidable costs
"We propose expansion of comprehensive medication management programs by clinical pharmacists in collaborative practices with physicians and other prescribers as an effective and scalable approach to mitigate these avoidable costs
and improve patient outcomes," the authors write.
But the charity's report, Current, Future and Avoidable Costs
of Stroke, predicts that an extra 9,000 people will be living with aphasia in less than 10 years' time.
In doing so, they are incurring avoidable costs
and reduced business performance and profitability.
Through taking a more informed decision-making approach, the company has reduced avoidable costs
related to faults by 40 per cent, including a 51 per cent reduction in energy-related faults as well as a 49 per cent reduction in faults causing improper zone conditions.
(2) In addition to putting patients at risk, medical errors contribute to substantial avoidable costs
estimated to exceed $17 billion annually in direct costs in the U.S.