A more powerful Clinical Decision Support (CDS)
Based on any and all data of the entire patient record, the CliniComp per-patient, user modifiable rules-based real time CDS engine watches continually and efficiently every patient of large populations.
Notifications of decompensating patients are immediately routed to providers aiding in advanced management of injury/trauma, acute and chronic disease, population health, etc.
CPOE takes advantage of CliniComp’s CDS ability to use data from the entire patient record. For example, laboratory values are used for medication ordering. If lab values subsequently change to contra indicate the existing order, an alert will be routed to the relevant clinician. Laboratory, problem lists, vital signs, I/O, and other charted data are available to CliniComp’s CDS, unlike many traditional systems.
CliniComp's CDS rules engine is configurable using evidence-based clinical guidelines, scoring systems (e.g. SOFA, Diabetics Score, Carl Schulman’s Traumatic Brain Injury Score, Rapid Response Team score, MEWS, etc.), and/or any logical functional combination of the patient’s data or omission of data. In clinical use, each of these rules can be modified on a per patient basis.
CDS offers multiple modalities of real-time results displays, such as, Early Warning Dashboards (EWD) from individual facility to large global population monitoring or individual patient oriented screens.
A Real-World Approach to Computerized Provider Order Entry - and Enhanced Patient Safety
CliniComp’s Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) gives physicians and nurses that advantage: a powerful tool for clinical process improvement that’s fully integrated with a technology like the CliniComp|EHR clinician documentation.
A Better Way to Enhance Quality
For physicians and all staff providers, the CliniComp approach to CPOE succeeds because it integrates automated patient charting and all the elements of a true electronic medical record. For patients, CliniComp succeeds because it delivers better care.
Intelligent Medication and Therapy Ordering
A fully integrated and seamless OE and order/results management with Pharmacy, Radiology, Labs, CliniComp CPOE automates and enhances order submission, classification, communication, and results delivery. The system maintains rules- and alert-driven decision support as it screens medication and therapeutic orders for adverse interactions, duplication, and other likely errors.
Electronic Medication Administration Record (EMAR)
EMAR works with the clinician documentation systems and all ancillary pharmacy systems to streamline and enhance this critical process. CliniComp's EMAR saves time and effort in maintaining schedules, conducting calculations, monitoring bedside devices, and following formularies.
Electronic Signature and Workflow Enhancement
CliniComp’s Clinical Information System (CIS) includes a robust reporting solution that can be created with current or historical data across a single site or an entire patient population of integrated sites. CliniComp|EHR provides a user friendly report creator that the end users can engage to design reports interactively by drag-and-drop and point-and-click features. Knowledge of Structured Query Language (SQL) can immediately be used to access the rich library of Clinical Concept Objects (CCO).
CliniComp has seen a paradigm shift for reporting due to a recent transition from a relational to the current intrinsic CliniComp database object model. Productivity is greatly enhanced in the interface with the use of prescripted and real time reporting tools provided for graphics functions, such as pie charts, line charts, area charts, etc. Additionally, CliniComp has an advanced querying capability where queries can be saved or modified in a dynamic library.
For example, a staff query for real-time non-monitored data. This data can also be queried with new variables, created by computation using the query language. The data objects themselves can also be computed variables to provide results such as SOFA (Sequential Organ Failure Assessment*) Scores. SOFA is the complex multi-system predictive scoring tool used to estimate the risk of morbidity and mortality.
The healthcare systems of the future must be efficient at maintaining and tracking population health. The focus is on maintaining wellness and optimizing chronic disease management over time. Thereby, these Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems will need to provide the tools to successfully manage both individual and populations. Real-time reporting of measures of individual and population health will allow providers and entire health systems to better utilize resources and contain costs, providing intrinsic revenue cycle management.
The ability to match costs with patterns of care and stratify costs based on population health will be essential to optimize cost containment in the new accountable care models.
A key to this success is the ability to easily access data from all encounters across the entire health system. Only EHR systems that have a clear development strategy to provide the tools to manage population health will succeed in the future healthcare environment.
With CliniComp’s Early Warning Dashboard (EWD), healthcare providers can achieve population health management through the simultaneous clinical surveillance of diverse patient populations. By viewing, in real-time, multiple patients from multiple locations within a single view, CliniComp is able to analyze and contact a site to provide immediate consultation or intervention for a patient. Once a patient that needs intervention is identified, the CliniComp Telemedicine capability can support provider to provider consultation within that patient’s record.
Early Warning Dashboard
The CliniComp Telemedicine capability is seamlessly integrated into the CliniComp|EHR and can be initiated within a patient record. Clinicians may communicate, view, generate, and update a single record. A Telemedicine encounter report is automatically created and can be annotated by clinicians through their communication links.