RESULTS: The majority of patients were enrolled in the ICU, 12% on the general medical floor, 2% in the ED. POCUS exam demonstrated 80% congruency with the final diagnosis. Of the 20% that were incongruous, US examination provided additional diagnostic information allowing a treatment decision to be made 80% of the time. In only 4% of cases was US unable to provide additional clinical benefit. The most common clinical actions aided by the exam included, fluid resuscitation 35%, pressor alteration 17% and diuresis 12%. The total extrapolated cost savings from potential diagnostic testing totaled over $80,000.