Long-term & post-acute care

Provide critical patient insights at the point of care

Long-term and post-acute care providers need a complete view of patient medication and clinical history while they’re meeting with patients—and now they can get it.

A lack of patient information can adversely impact care. It’s time to fill in the blanks.

Providers need comprehensive patient history at the point of care to deliver top-quality, coordinated care and help prevent patient safety issues. By accessing the information seamlessly via their electronic workflow, they’ll also have more time to focus on patient encounters.

Patient safety is paramount.

Medication errors and adverse drug events are more likely to occur when patient history is incomplete.

  • ~40% of medication errors are caused by inadequate reconciliation. 1
  • 66% of nursing home drug events were preventable. 2

Providers lack crucial information.

The absence of complete patient data can negatively impact follow-up appointments, as well as the overall transition to value-based care.

  • 12–34% of hospital discharge summaries don’t reach outpatient care teams in time. 3
  • 85% of healthcare organizations want better interoperability solutions. 4

Give providers and home health organizations a panoramic view of patient medication and clinical history in seconds.

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  1. Rozich JD, et al. “Patient safety standardization as a mechanism to improve safety in health care,” Jt. Comm J Qual Saf 2004: 30(1):5-14.
  2. "Adverse Events in Skilled Nursing Facilities: National Incidence Among Medicare Beneficiaries," Dept. of Health & Human Services, Office of Inspector General, February 2014.
  3. "Deficits in Communication & Information Transfer between Hospital-Based & Primary Care Physicians," The Journal of the American Medical Association, February 28, 2007.
  4. "Current State of Progress Towards Achieving True Interoperability," eHealth Initiative, 2016.