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Clinical Surveillance 2018

Clinical Surveillance 2018
Alerts Are Leading to Better Outcomes

Authored by: Kody Hansen and Alex McIntosh November 29, 2018 | Read Time: 3  minutes

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Clinical surveillance tools hold the promise of giving caregivers clinically actionable insights that decrease mortality, reduce readmissions, and improve overall patient outcomes, and clinicians expect these alerts to be embedded directly within their workflow. However, KLAS found it difficult to validate some vendors’ claims of having extensive live customers—at the time of this research, only Cerner and Epic have seen significant adoption of their surveillance tools. What impacts do clinical surveillance tools have on patient care and how can vendors better meet customers’ clinical surveillance needs?

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Key Findings

  1. After Initial Setup Troubles, Customers Report Trust in Epic
  2. Better Patient Interventions with Cerner, Epic, Stanson Health, and Bernoulli
  3. Cerner and Epic Both Broadly Adopted, but Differences in Effectiveness Exist
  4. Providers Use Clinical Surveillance Technology Sparingly
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