Centralize Access to Clinical Data
Create a single source of truth for patient information.
Centralized access to patient data might seem like a pipe dream if you haven’t made the switch – but good news, it might be more possible than you think. Creating an accurate and efficient process to catalog all health information and patient data coming in and out of your organization is not just important for streamlining revenue cycles, but it’s also critical for ensuring that your clinicians can find the right patient charts and information as quickly as they need it. With centralized access to clinical data, you’re able to ensure that all PHI is classified and accessible within your EMR or ECM environment. Now staff can more easily find information and keep it updated in one accessible location.
Having all patient charts and records in one location, whether that’s in your EMR or in an ECM environment, streamlines clinical and administrative processes and makes it easier to locate a specific document or image right when you need it. This eliminates the need to manage various data sources or to have to flip back and forth between different applications – all your PHI is kept safe and secure in a single location.
Improved Patient Care & Outcomes
Having all clinical data in a single location means that staff can spend more time caring for patients and other mission-critical tasks and less time searching for charts, images, or other data. Having faster access to critical information means patients can be treated faster and with more informed care, improving outcomes and reducing the amount of time a patient needs to spend in the hospital.
Better Records Management
With all your patient data available in real-time, health information management processes become a lot easier! At every step from start to finish, including the management and maintenance of your electronic content management environment, you can ensure your clinical and operational data is efficiently stored and accessible in a centralized location.
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