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Published By: TigerConnect     Published Date: May 02, 2018
Hospitals and other care organizations are turning to clinical communication & collaboration solutions—often referred to as CC&C systems—as a way to improve care-team coordination and to expedite care delivery. But there’s an unexpected challenge with this journey. These clinical communication solutions are changing so rapidly, it’s not easy for IT decision-makers to be confident with their vendor selection. You want to pick the best system for your organization, but there are so many factors to consider. And the factors keep changing. At any moment, you don’t know what you don’t know. This Technical Buyer’s Guide is for you if: • You’re an IT professional in a healthcare organization that provides direct patient care. • Your organization is thinking of purchasing a new system to support clinical communications among your clinical and administrative staff. • You’re looking for technical details that will help you choose the best communication solution for your organization.
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Published By: Elsevier Inc.     Published Date: Apr 16, 2014
InOrder by Elsevier is an intuitive, cloud-based order set solution that enables physicians, clinicians and informaticists to manage order sets in a collaborative environment. The Adaptive Terminology Platform enables localization and bi-directional integration with the EMR/CPOE.
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Elsevier Inc.
Published By: IBM Watson Health     Published Date: Dec 13, 2017
Clinical decision support solutions are critical to delivering quality care, but how do you know which tools are most effective? In this video, David Bordewyk, national director for clinical solutions at Truven Health, explains five considerations for evaluating current or prospective solutions. First, the tool should provide evidence-based, actionable recommendations. Learn how to determine whether that’s the case, as well as how to identify tools that provide comprehensive information, information that’s consistent, and information that’s easy to find and access. Additionally, the tool should provide access from multiple types of devices and the vendor should offer ongoing user training and support.
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Published By: IBM Watson Health     Published Date: Dec 11, 2017
mation that’s consistent and comes from a single source, and information that’s easy to find and access. Additionally, the tool should provide access from multiple types of devices and the vendor should offer ongoing training and support. The best vendors will provide not only initial
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