The most difficult cost savings measurement is calculating the savings gained from what did not happen. Call it cost-avoidance measurement. Some say it cannot be done because if it has not happened, it certainly cannot be measured.
Nevertheless, it is possible to measure cost saving of what might have been. When placed in the context of assumptions based on research, assessing savings for avoidance is valid. To learn more, you are invited to visit MedMetrics or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.