Use Cases

Infusion Therapy

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The Problem

Management of infusion therapy referral documentation, processing the referral in a timely manner, acquiring appropriate sign off from each line of business constituency (namely, clinical, pharmacy, and financial), tracking the referral/infusion order through the organization to ensure it is completed and delivered in a timely manner.


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Physical Therapy

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The Problem

Complexity in clinical templating across physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy drove users of the existing system to revert to paper documents to fill the voids in electronic document capture. Additionally, it was great complexity in scheduling and aligning resources across +16 therapy locations, we're scheduling and resource allocation occurred in a centralized location at the hospital facility.


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Implant Device Cost Management

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The Problem

Lack of insight into expected reimbursement models on a per patient basis created scenarios where third-party medical device reps would utilize devices in surgical procedures that we're not in compliance with hospital contracts. As a result, Device costs for surgical procedures sometimes exceeded the total reimbursement for the procedure, especially in instances where reimbursement was fixed fee (Medicare/Medicaid).


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Lab Result Distribution and Delivery

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The Problem

As a reference lab, it is often difficult to acquire appropriate levels of integration into Laboratory information systems. As such, the acquisition of completed laboratory reports and laboratory panels in a timely manner is difficult and costly. Adding to overall complexity is the requirement the results must be tracked and delivered electronically back to the appropriate ordering physician.


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Patient Remote Monitoring

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The Problem

The development of novel technology, especially in the area of medical devices and wearables, often creates a scenario where data generated by the wearable device has no place to live in prevailing health information systems. This data that was highly valuable, and when combined with standard clinical documentation, provide specialists with the ability to substantially improve clinical outcomes.


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