What you’ll learn:
- What is Care Orchestration & why is it so important to improving patient care?
- How did Penn design & implement the technology used to support it?
- How you can apply Care Orchestration strategies to specific use-cases in your organization
About the Webinar:
Without intending to, EHRs have increased the time and number of clicks required to understand the full patient story. Additionally, the EHR, and the patient data it holds, is often limited to a specific location or care team while patient care is more of a journey – involving multiple care settings and clinical teams. These barriers to collaboration and a lack of a shared workspace lead to miscommunications, preventable errors and ultimately low quality care.
How can health systems leverage their EHR investment to better support clinical workflows with the goal of achieving better outcomes and efficiency?
What has worked at Penn Medicine: Care Orchestration. Join Penn Medicine Assistant CMIO Dr. Sri Adusamali, and Dr. Subha Airan-Javia as they discuss Care Orchestration: a strategy developed at Penn Medicine to connect people, systems and data across the care continuum to reduce errors, improve patient care and achieve the quadruple aim. They will discuss the platform created at Penn over 15 years that fills the functionality gaps in the EHR- task management, digital rounding and streamlined clinical data visualization and easier documentation. Since implementing a Care Orchestration platform and strategy, Penn has seen a reduction in preventable errors, and more complete documentation (4% increase in CMI). Best of all, patients have a better experience (9% increase in HCAHPS scores) and clinicians are happier, because they are saving an hour per day with a more efficient workflow.