Health Care Innovation Awards: Project Profile

REGENTS OF THE UNVIERSITY OF MICHIGAN

Project Title: "Michigan Surgical and Health Optimization Program (MSHOP): A Multiplex Patient Risk Stratification and Intervention Program"
Geographic Reach: Michigan
Estimated Funding Amount: $6,389,850

Summary:

The Regents of the University of Michigan project will implement the Michigan Surgical and Health Optimization Program (MSHOP), which focuses on- real-time risk stratification and peri-operative optimization for patients undergoing abdominal surgery. The model aims to improve surgical outcomes in two ways. (1) Real-time risk stratification aims to improve the appropriateness of surgery—in certain high-risk cases, patients and surgeons will avoid prohibitively high-risk surgical care, focusing on medical and palliative management. Further, real-time risk stratification can identify patients who would be good candidates for the peri-operative prehabilitation program. (2) This peri-operative program aims to enable patients to train for surgery, improving their physiology and mindset through an established outpatient program, leading to better outcomes and reduced costs by preventing complications and reducing length of stay. Over the 3-year period MSHOP will be implemented in 40 Michigan hospitals.

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