RGP Healthcare, the healthcare unit of Resources Global Professionals (RGP)(Nasdaq: RECN), today announced the launch of Pavisse,™ a first-of-its-kind integrated incident management solution created to help hospitals manage all patient safety, patient privacy and other compliance-related incidents across the enterprise. Pavisse offers an efficient and cost-effective way for hospitals and other healthcare organizations (HCOs) to comply with ever-changing healthcare regulations and standards, learn from mistakes, and improve safety. Pavisse helps HCOs track and improve compliance with patient safety regulations, HIPAA requirements and other standards or regulations, including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act ( SOX), and manage the complaint/grievance process. It also provides hospitals a means of improving their Leapfrog Hospital Safety Score. “Our goal was to give healthcare providers an integrated, browser-based compliance tool that would simplify incident management,” said RGP Healthcare President Radgia Cook. A recognized leader in healthcare compliance solutions, Cook led the national team of healthcare IT and compliance experts that developed Pavisse. “The recent move to value-based purchasing has made thorough reporting, analysis and remediation of incidents related to heart failure, pneumonia and other patients particularly critical,” Cook noted. “When you consider that we provide both the software and the expertise to help hospitals improve safety scores, and avoid Medicare and other penalties related to high readmission rates, Pavisse virtually pays for itself. It’s so simple to use, there’s simply no reason not to achieve full compliance.” About Pavisse Pavisse is an incident management software system that automates the process of reporting potential safety and other incidents to pertinent regulatory bodies. Robust and intuitive to use, the browser-based solution provides an audit mechanism for compliance monitoring, and aggregates data to create active, real-time dashboard views by incident type with embedded guidance tips. Pavisse analytics help pinpoint areas that need improvement, and the CAP Toolkit, a comprehensive corrective action plan methodology tailored to each hospital’s cause-determination process, creates pathways to compliance and improvement. Workgroup-driven and content-rich, Pavisse comes preloaded with everything a healthcare organization needs to effectively manage incident reporting and compliance—including report templates, and data-mining and benchmarking capabilities. A special Reserves module tracks the cost of incidents, risks and remediation efforts—for example, the cost of a new Pyxis software patch to address medication dispensing errors or the cost of new guardrails to avoid patient falls—to enable hospitals to fully understand the cost implications of incidents.