6 Ways to Take Your Healthcare Data to the Next Level: 6 Extend Open Integrations

Posted by Responder Blog on Thu, Aug 01, 2019 @ 09:38 AM

Just as hospitals and health systems want to avoid costly IT downtime, it is equally important to enable smoother future rollouts for IT teams and extend open integrations, which help reduce the financial impact associated with IT investments and updates. This is a pain point for many organizations, as a recent survey of healthcare technology leaders revealed 65 percent believe costly and inefficient fixes to technology infrastructure pose a major threat to the bottom line and delivery of care, while 72 percent think transitioning to a new IT platform will impact their billing cycles.

With the right IT platform and additional clinical integrations, however, teams have access to more choices and opportunities to improve productivity and patient care. A variety of integrations allows teams to optimize system usage and care plans to ensure patients receive the highest level of care and attention. In opening up the IT platform to more integrations, hospitals and health systems can enjoy improved capabilities and performance, which in turn supports optimized outcomes in all facilities.

When selecting an IT platform to operate across several locations, it is not enough to simply collect data and share results. Teams must understand how best to utilize available information and technology to improve workflow efficiency and clinical outcomes. To optimize data use, consider areas where small but meaningful improvements can be made, without significant investments in hardware or additional manpower. The Enterprise platform will provide consistent data protection, collection and analysis for an entire organization, generating actionable insight to strengthen quality of care and improve outcomes. Work with a seasoned provider offering programs that can be scaled to meet the needs of the organization now and in the future.

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