Solutions for Hospitals and Health Systems
Coordinate the delivery of care to improve patient outcomes by easily sharing records.
When it comes to patient care, the goal for every hospital and health system is to deliver the best possible care. The kind that will lead to the best possible outcome. Yet, such care doesn’t come in a “one-size-fits-all” delivery method. Consequently, each patient is unique, with some having more complex needs than others. This is especially true for advance care planning in end of life care.
The key to providing quality care and creating positive patient outcomes is to get everyone on the same page. That’s why it’s important for hospitals/health systems, caregivers, and patients to work together across the care continuum. The challenge, though, is that patient records could be stored in a number of different locations. Similarly, many of these forms are paper-based, which make access more difficult. Such a situation can create errors in treatment and cause unnecessary readmissions, which can lead to unhappy patients.
Care Directives’ Advance Directive Information Exchange (ADiE) brings hospitals, caregivers, and patients together to improve the delivery of care. The solution bridges the gap between collecting and connecting advance care planning documents. As a result, it brings together documents from across multiple care delivery systems to improve care. The solutions also
Features and benefits
ADiE gives hospitals and health systems:
- An all-in-one eRegistry solution built for hospitals/health systems, their staff, and patients
- A robust, electronic health record (EHR)-agnostic eRegistry that delivers true interoperability
- An effective tool that requires minimal onboarding and training
- Text translation into 11 languages
- The ability to deliver patient-centered care by honoring patient wishes at the point-of-care
- Captures physician and patient signatures electronically
- A plug-and-play solution that seamlessly integrates with other third-party recordkeeping systems
- Cost savings that come from reducing readmission rates