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Evidence-based care, simplified

Imagine being able to easily create evidence-based care plans for patients with multiple chronic conditions from automated assessment tools, drawing in existing available clinical data, then being able to communicate and implement the developed care plan with multiple providers and track progress in completing the care plan, create reports on patient health outcomes, quality and process measures and compare effectiveness ...more »

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Building a healthcare Shangri-La

True innovation in healthcare is blocked by the lack of aggregated data. Aggregation of clinical, administrative, financial and behavioral/social data is hard to achieve because of the lack of communication between the silos and the lack of political will to tear down the silos. A big part of the problem is that data liquidity is hindered by interoperability issues as well as vendor control of electronic data. Our ...more »

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COLLABORATIVE CARE 2.0 > 1+1. Changing the way we communicate to improve health & healthcare

“I see two docs for my heart alone--a plumber and an electrician. They each tell me different things and I’m lost in the middle. Why can’t everyone just get into the same room?” A set of tools to enable secure, efficient, real-time or asynchronous communication between collaborating healthcare professionals, patients, & caregivers could revolutionize the process of care for those with complex needs. A platform to ...more »

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The Quarterback Clinic

Children with medically complex conditions consume 56 times more health resources than healthy children. How do we reduce these costs while providing these children with optimal care? The Quarterback Clinic (QBC) is a unique multi-disciplinary outpatient program for ongoing care of medically complex children discharged to home. The QBC utilizes a four-member hospital team (pediatrician, advanced practice nurse, social ...more »

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TEAM High Five

Mood disorders, diabetes, heart disease, asthma, and hypertension account for almost 50% of all health care costs. These conditions are likely to manifest in those 65 and older since almost all adults in this age group have one chronic illness and almost half have multiple chronic illnesses. Health care costs for these diseases will rise very quickly since 10,000 Americans will turn 65 every day for the next 19 years. ...more »

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