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IHA Hospital Productivity Management Program

Access the Productivity Management Program website here

The IHA Hospital Productivity Management Program was designed to be a straightforward and efficient, yet valuable, program to gather productivity data at the nursing unit and department level. The program offers quarterly comparative and trending reports to reporting facilities for benchmarking against peer groups and statewide data for staffing productivity in nursing units and other departments.

Because hospital nursing units and other departments vary from one facility to the next and because productivity stats are compiled differently from one facility to the next, the IHA Hospital Productivity Management Program allows flexibility so each facility can enter productivity information that matches their service delivery.

Nursing units and department level reporting are available for:

Nursing Units

Acute Care / Swing Bed (CAH)
Non-CAH Acute care (Medical, Surgical OB/GYN, Pediatrics)
Behavioral Health
Emergency Department
Inpatient Hospice
Inpatient Rehabilitation
Intensive Care Units (Medical, Surgical, CCU, Neonatal, Pediatric)
Intermediate Care Facility
Long-Term Care
Nursing Administration
Skilled Nursing Facility

Other Hospital Departments

Business Operations (Business Office, Registration)
Cardiac Rehab
Environmental Services/Laundry
Health Information Management (HIM, Transcription)
Home Health
Human Resources / Education/Employee Health
IT / Data Processing
Laboratory / Pathology
Materials Management
Medical Social Work
Nutritional Services
Outpatient Clinics
Plant Ops / Biomed / Security
Rehabilitation Therapies (Occupational, Physical , Speech/Language)
Respiratory Therapy

Click here to view a sample department comparative report.  Click here to view a sample nursing comparative report.

Iowa hospitals and health systems submit nursing unit and department productivity data online.  New users register through the program.  Questions about data submission can be directed to Dustin Wagner at IHA.