Provider Costs and Savings

Current Provider Cost Drivers

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  • About 30 to 35 percent of NICU admissions have a length of stay (LOS) of fewer than four days and often have hospital payments for care bundled with maternity payments.
  • Of critical importance is that the remaining 65 to 70 percent of NICU admissions typically have an average LOS of 20 or more days.
  • These patients are a source of large expenditures. Therefore, payments for a NICU admission with a LOS greater than four days typically will be $40,000 to $80,000.

Savings from RashEndZ DOST™

Improved care and reduced adverse events equates to:

  • Hard savings from reduced utilization of barrier products
  • Reduction in time required to care for diaper dermatitis and bed sore patients
  • Reduction in hospital length of stay
  • Reduction in payments for the highest level of care
  • Earlier shifts to lower levels of care
  • Reduction in readmissions after NICU discharge
  • High family satisfaction levels


  • Signed and dated detailed written physician's order
  • Documentation defining the number of wounds being treated
  • Documentation of evaluation of the wound(s)
  • Proof of delivery
  • Reimbursements varies with Providers contracts

Provider ROI (Return On Investment)