Under value-based care models, keeping patients engaged and adherent to care plans outside of an organization’s four walls is becoming just as important as the care delivered inside. However, even with tremendous EHR technology, helping patients overcome care obstacles upon returning home remains a challenge. Many providers, have not yet found an answer to adequately manage patients between care encounters.
InteliChart and Pulse became partners in September 2017. The companies are looking forward to delivering clients a great blend of solutions to help them succeed in the ever-changing healthcare market. The InteliChart team is so excited to attend the PUG Conference, because it is a wonderful platform to educate Pulse users on solutions that solve two very pressing issues in
Patient engagement is an important focus area for providers as the shift towards healthcare consumerism continues to take hold. As patients today are consumed with more personal responsibility for healthcare costs, their desire to proactively manage their health has several implications for healthcare providers. When a health issue arises, patients are more engaged and selective in choosing a provider. Not
The U.S. is facing one of the worst public health crises in recent history. Opioid abuse has reached epic proportions, and both public and private institutions are struggling with how to respond effectively. In 2016, 11.5 million people misused prescription opioids, and 116 people died on average every day from opioid related drug overdoses. Though there’s no “silver bullet” for
The ultimate solution to removing barriers to interoperability between disparate electronic health record (EHR) systems continues to elude the healthcare industry’s sharpest developers. InteliChart’s sustainable single-portal solution standardizes and displays aggregated patient data from ambulatory and acute care EHRs simultaneously and on a single view screen. It’s a hospital system’s best choice for chronic care management and remote patient monitoring, referral