Building optimized, embedded clinical workflows

For years, the health industry has needed to optimize processes and workflows to reduce rising costs and address increasing clinician burnout, and these challenges have only been further exacerbated by the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Leading health technology and cloud solutions embedded into clinical workflows can transform the healthcare experience and outcomes of patients. These solutions can standardize clinician decision-making process, provide evidence-based information at the point of care, empower patient partnerships, automate administrative processes, and alleviate clinician and staff burdens. Having access to available health data is also crucial to identifying existing inefficiencies, reducing health inequities, and influencing care decisions.

However, health data and patient information are often siloed, unstructured, and difficult to access, creating workflow barriers and impeding evidence-based decision-making. Innovative health technologies powered by AI and natural language processing (NLP) plus data normalization and interoperability tools can provide key insights to help health administrators reduce inefficiencies and waste while also personalizing care decisions.

Health organizations with optimized clinical workflows can achieve better bed utilization, efficient clinician scheduling, streamlined communications, lower sepsis infection, smoother patient journeys, resource efficiencies, and improved patient health outcomes. Our suite of solutions can help solve these challenges.

Solutions for optimizing workflows at hospitals and health systems

Clinical teams need optimized workflows and processes now more than ever to mitigate growing burnout. Integrated solutions, data insights, real-time alerts, and evidence-based information at the point of care can alleviate clinician workloads, improve efficiencies, and impact care delivery.

Solutions for optimizing pharmaceutical workflows

With solutions that foster effective workflows, support regulatory compliance, and harmonize drug data, pharmacists are further empowered to improve patient safety, reduce adverse events, and impact medication adherence.

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