In today’s healthcare system, timely and appropriate care is crucial. To focus on ensuring accurate, value-based care while adhering to tight hospital budgets, healthcare providers are investing in the technologies that help them optimize quality and efficiency for their patients.
Enhanced patient experience is a derivative of well-planned, patient-centered, value-based care. Evaluating the patient experience in tandem with effectiveness and safety is crucial for providers to gain an accurate understanding of the quality of care their practice delivers.
Unfortunately, many healthcare practices still operate with disjointed information systems, which directly impacts the patient journey. Without connected systems, accurate patient follow-ups are not always possible. Doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and administrative staff often have trouble accessing and sharing patient data. Opening multiple systems to piece together a full view of the patient undermines a seamless care experience.
Elevating Patient Workflows
Next generation EHR software is helping providers change this disjoined healthcare system. Newly developed integrated platforms assist providers in delivering meaningful treatment plans in which clinical information from various data sources is consolidated and available in one system. The overview of a patient can be shared in real-time. This results in more accurate medical care, which ultimately leads to better patient experience, higher satisfaction, and a greater chance of positive patient outcomes. In addition to this, an EHR improves care coordination and communication across teams and can lead to a decrease in duplicative of services.
An end-to-end EHR system allows providers to optimize their patient journey step by step from patient arrival to assessment, admission, care, and discharge. It also drives down costs while maintaining excellent quality of care, giving doctors and nurses more time to provide accurate and personalized care for their patients.
Organizing Administrative Workflows
A fully integrated EHR system enhances administration workflow, back-office management, scheduling of surgical resources, and pharmacy automation. Information is collected and stored in one place, which reduces duplication of effort.
Additionally, an EHR can easily access patient data and recognize medical patterns. Patient data, such as medical history, disease, symptoms, and allergies, can generate useful patterns that give valuable insight into a patient’s behavior. This may include their response to certain medical conditions, frequency of visits, and awareness of their medical conditions.
The latest version of iPatientCare’s EHR provides you a diverse set of features for the treatment and management of your patients. Additionally, you can customize your own EHR system according to your expertise enabling your practice to deliver seamless patient care and increase patient satisfaction.