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Clinical Communication Platforms 2020—Advanced User Insights

Clinical Communication Platforms 2020—Advanced User Insights
The Next Step in the Evolution of Secure Communications

Authored by: Paul Hess and Paul Warburton July 7, 2020 | Read Time: 6  minutes

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Clinical communication platforms continue to evolve, and the COVID-19 pandemic has put increased emphasis on communication workflows. To learn what is possible and what best practices lead to success, KLAS conducted interviews with healthcare organizations identified by their vendor partners as the most advanced in clinical communication; three to five advanced users were interviewed for each vendor. These organizations are seeing real outcomes, such as improved efficiency, security, and patient satisfaction. The following sections cover what workflows communication platforms are being used for, outcomes achieved, and advanced users’ lessons learned.

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Key Findings:

  1. What Are Advanced Users Accomplishing with Communication Platforms?
  2. For Tight EMR Integration, Cerner & Epic Can Be Good Options; Several Other Vendors Also Integrate
  3. Contacting the Right Physician—Telmediq, PerfectServe, Halo, and Vocera Best Provide Technology for Care-Team Identification & Communication
  4. Case Study Participants Note Wide Variety of Outcomes
  5. Lessons Learned from Advanced Users
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