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Put patients at the center of care with reliable, trusted intelligence

Empower providers to make more informed decisions and deliver safer, more affordable, better quality care.

Patients demand seamless continuity of care, and providers need a simpler workflow.

When providers don’t have complete patient history, prescription costs and prior authorization requirements at the point of care, treatment may be ineffective, delayed or even abandoned. All of this can take a toll on provider and patient wellbeing.

Clinicians lack patient health history.

Without patients’ complete care and medication history, it’s more difficult to make safe and effective prescribing decisions.

  • A lack of care coordination often leads to overtreatment. 1
  • 85% of healthcare organizations say their value-based care needs are not being met. 2

Prescription costs are too high.

All too often, patients are surprised by prior authorization requirements and steep prescription costs, which leads to prescription delays and abandonment.

  • 53% of patients do not take medication due to cost. 3
  • Too many administrative tasks contribute to provider burnout. 4

Bring comprehensive patient intelligence directly into your health system’s EHR.

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  1. Donald M. Berwick & Andrew D. Hackbarth, "Eliminating Waste in U.S. Health Care," Journal of the American Medical Association, April 11, 2012.
  2. Jennifer Covich Bordenick,"Current State of Progress Towards Achieving True Interoperability," eHealth Initiative members' meeting presentation, 2016.
  3. Surescripts, "Prescription Price Transparency and the Patient Experience," February 2020.
  4. Leslie Kane, "Medscape National Physician Burnout, Depression & Suicide Report 2019," January 16, 2019.