Our advanced analytics exist across a single or entire healthcare system, providing you access to all patient data for a lifetime clinical record. Built on our advanced architectural platform that’s both scalable and adaptable, these solutions will free you from the burden of incomplete data—so you can focus on providing the best patient care.
Clinical Decision Support
- Based on data in the entire patient record, our EHR system uses a real-time Clinical Decision Support (CDS) engine with user-modifiable rules to watch each patient continuously and efficiently. Clinicians are alerted to changes in patient status through notifications about patient conditions or care.
- Our Computerized Order Entry (CPOE) is able to use data from the entire patient record through our CDS. For example, laboratory values are used for medication ordering. Laboratory, problem lists, vital signs, I/O, and other transactional and charted data are available to our CDS.
- The CDS engine is configurable using evidence-based clinical guidelines, scoring systems (e.g., SOFA, Diabetics Score, Traumatic Brain Injury Score, Rapid Response Team score, MEWS, etc.), or any combination of the patient’s data or omission of data. In clinical use, these rules can be modified for each environment.
- Our CDS offers many modalities of real-time results displays and tracking boards such as real-time alerts from individual facilities, to large global population monitoring, or individual patient-oriented screens.
Enterprise Reporting and Analytics
- Our Clinical Information System (CIS) includes a robust reporting solution. It can be created with current or historical data across a single site or an entire patient population of integrated sites. CliniComp’s solution provides user-friendly templates to design reports interactively using point-and-click features. Knowledge of Structured Query Language (SQL) can immediately be used to access the library of Clinical Concept Objects (CCO).
- Because we transitioned from a relational model to our current intrinsic database object model, we’ve seen a paradigm shift for reporting. Productivity has enhanced with the use of prescribed, real-time reporting tools for graphic functions, such as pie charts, line charts, area charts, and more. Additionally, our querying capability allows queries to be saved or modified in a dynamic library.
- Staff can search for real-time, non-monitored data and new variables by using our query language. Data objects themselves can also be computed variables to provide results, such as Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) scores. SOFA is the multi-system predictive scoring tool used to estimate the risk of morbidity and mortality.
Real-Time Alerts and Clinical Surveillance
Healthcare systems of the future must maintain and track population health efficiently. Their focus should be on wellness and optimizing chronic disease management over time. EHR systems need to provide the tools. Their real-time reporting of individual and population health measures will allow providers and entire health systems to better use resources and contain costs. Their ability to match costs with patterns of care and stratify costs based on population health will be essential in new accountable care models.
Easily access data from all encounters across the entire health system. Only EHR systems that have a clear development strategy on how to provide tools to manage population health will succeed in the changing healthcare industry.
Because of our underlying architecture, our real-time alerts give healthcare providers an easy way to watch patients from across the acute facility or healthcare system within a single view. They also notify providers of immediate changes in patient conditions.
Our real-time alerts feature patient data records by department or location, configuration into various dashboards and displays, and visual color changes to data within the patient record to clinician defined limits. It also allows for remote documentation of patient vitals in real-time for efficient provider reviews, and has the capacity for telemedicine and tool sets, such as specialists who can remotely monitor a collective community.
To further support clinician decisions, our telemedicine capability can support provider-to-provider consultation within a patient’s record. Its capability is seamlessly integrated into CliniComp’s solution and can be initiated within a patient record. Clinicians can communicate, view, generate, and update a single record. Automatically create a telemedicine encounter report and annotate through communication links.
This capability features a configurable workflow to be built into CliniComp’s solution by or for clinicians, high resolution images to be captured and stored to patient records, asynchronous communication of data, and extension to all specialties. It also supports secure data documentation and provider-to-provider telemedical communication within a patient’s active record, and has the ability to document provider plans on the patient record for remote real-time viewing of patient data by another clinician.