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Clinical Process Improvement 2018

Clinical Process Improvement 2018
Paving the Way for Improved Clinical Processes

Authored by: Kody Hansen & Colin Buckley April 24, 2018 | Read Time: 3  minutes

Tools that provide clinical-process insights assist healthcare leaders as they identify clinical areas in need of improvement and facilitate operational interventions. Use cases include improving staff efficiency, compliance, and workflow via clinical data aggregation, analytics, and reporting functionality.

For nearly a decade, the rise of value-based care has steered information technology investments toward finding opportunities around two parts of the Triple Aim of healthcare: reduced cost of care and improved health for populations. The third part of the Triple Aim, improved care for individual patients, has often taken a back seat, but organizations have quietly carried on efforts to improve clinical processes. Increasingly, vendors are stepping up to the plate with analytics-based solutions to support their efforts. This report—the first on this topic from KLAS—defines clinical process improvement (CPI) solutions and examines the early performance of an eclectic group of vendor solutions that are helping to pave the way.

Key Topics

  1. What Are Clinical Improvement Solutions?
  2. Focus on Clinician Behavior Leads to Quick Wins for LogicStream Health and Stanson Health Customers
  3. Analysis of Quality Measures Broadens Premier and Truven Health's Usefulness
  4. Lack of Trust Is a Barrier to Influencing Clinicians
  5. Cerner, LogicStream Health, and Stanson Health Deemed High-Touch Vendors

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