Informed Care through a single point of access to ALL patient data
In order to deliver value-based, patient-centric healthcare within a community and for all roles in a healthcare organization to function effectively, it is vital to maintain access to a longitudinal view of patient data. Organizations need to collect patient data from multiple sources to provide a full picture of patient health, identify gaps in care, and recognize opportunities for intervention in a timely manner. However, patient data can be disjointed and can reside across many different systems. These systems often do not talk to each other or share data, and changes to a patient record in one system don’t carry over to another system.
It can be challenging for health systems to connect to hundreds of ambulatory and acute care systems to create a holistic view of patient data needed for care coordination, clinical decision-making, Release of Information requests, reporting, analytics, and other workﬂow requirements.
During this presentation, explore the challenges organizations face when gathering actionable data from disparate systems and identify the benefits that can be achieved through an organized, normalized, and consolidated view of the patient health record. Options for achieving a longitudinal view between systems will also be examined.
Finally, learn from a major health system how they have achieved this consolidated view and what the results have been.
- Discuss the challenges of gathering data from disparate systems
- Identify the benefits to hospitals, health systems, and their patient when a holistic view of a patient’s health record is available
- Explain options to achieve a longitudinal view across all systems
Start Date: 10/24/2019
Event Type: Archived , College LIVE
Jesus Delgado, VP-Chief Information Officer, Community Healthcare System
Shreya Patel, VP of Product Management & Strategy, ELLKAY