Complete the Patient Record
How to enable healthcare organizations to bring data together from across disparate sources to facilitate the delivery of a single patient record through the EMR.
As global initiatives drive the healthcare industry to make the single patient record a reality, organizations face the challenges of bringing data from disparate systems across the enterprise into a holistic view accessible by clinicians and other staff at the point of care.
“I can't access all of my patient’s record from one system – the EMR is incomplete!”
Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems go some way to aggregating data and providing a view of a patient – but, that view is often incomplete. Here’s some interesting statistics: 25% of EMRs cannot access lab results; 33% of EMRs cannot access radiology reports; and 49% of EMRs cannot access patient consent information. And, it’s worse for less organized data types such as mental health notes, ophthalmic data, sleep studies, ultrasound or historic data of almost any kind. So, how can healthcare facilities create an environment where clinicians can get a full picture of a patient’s information?
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“I don’t have the time, money or resource to maintain multiple APIs to inter-connect all of my applications”
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“Why can't patient data follow common standards so I can share it?”
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