New Technology Aims to Empower EHR Users with More Efficient Access to Clinical Information at the Point of Care
CPSI (NASDAQ: CPSI), a healthcare solutions company, today announced the pilot launch of Quippe Clinical Lens in partnership with Medicomp Systems. Through integration with CPSI’s Patient Data Console, a unique dashboard that presents problem-oriented views of clinical data, the Clinical Lens technology enhances the Patient Data Console, making medical data relevant, usable, and actionable, giving physicians and other clinicians enhanced clinical decision making capability at the point of care, and resulting in a better care experience and improved overall patient outcomes. This technology also eliminates the need for clinicians to sift through charts of data, which is often not relevant to workflow. The time savings are significant and critically important, considering the staffing challenges and time constraints that many healthcare providers face today.
CPSI unveiled this new technology at its National Client Conference held May 16 – 19 in St. Louis, Missouri.
Healthcare’s new environment of managed care, risk adjustment, and value-based reimbursement requires a new approach to clinical documentation––one that is based on effective medical management of patient conditions. Information entered in the electronic health record (EHR) must be clinically specific, factually accurate, focused on patient clinical status, and geared toward monitoring and optimizing outcomes.
“The advent of the 21st Century Cures Act, along with increasing demand for interoperability, will soon increase the data load and responsibility on providers and other clinicians who are already heavily burdened,” said Bill Hayes, M.D., chief medical officer of CPSI. “We’re excited about this technology and its ability to reduce this data management burden, while helping to improve care quality.”
“This technology will clearly illustrate to the healthcare community that it is possible to make EHR systems work better for clinicians at the point of care,” said David Lareau, chief executive officer of Medicomp Systems. “And, as more industry participants embrace the insights that Quippe Clinical Lens can help them provide, more providers and clinicians will be in a better position to address the coming data tsunami and gain rapid access to the usable information they need to drive better outcomes.”
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