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From empowering patients to addressing regulatory compliance, we help healthcare organizations tide over operational challenges and work towards delivering better care.
Acknowledging the role patients play in their own healthcare, organizations are leveraging mobility to empower patients and improve care delivery. Patient-centric solutions can include educational medical content delivered via smartphones, fitness apps, medical appointment booking apps, self-diagnosis applications, customized patient portals, or even ambulatory monitoring for psychiatric patients.
Easy access to patient medical records should not imply open access. Applications that use, store, or record patient data must be HIPAA compliant. We work with organizations to ensure compliance while using technology to facilitate faster healthcare delivery through integrated applications.
Healthcare data pool is abundant with patient behavior and sentiment data, clinical data such as medical records and images, pharmaceutical research and development data, and more.These can be utilized to improve clinical operations, drug research, and public health through segmentation analytics, predictive modeling, genomic analytics, and similar data analysis techniques.
Containing costs without compromising care is a major challenge. This can be addressed to an extent by promoting wellness, prevention, chronic care management, and self-monitoring among patients. Hospitals can bring down emergency visits, in-hospital days, and outpatient appointments with remote patient monitoring. Clinical decision-support systems can help reduce adverse drug reactions and lower treatment error rates.
"That’s been a really exciting time, really fast-paced execution and QBurst have really been flexible all the way along the way to meet the needs of EMIS and their development challenges."
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The lack of electronic communication between doctors and patients places a burden on patients to connect the dots themselves. But that is changing.