Central Logic, a provider of technology solutions for healthcare systems, has introduced a web-based technology that operationalizes care coordination and population health systems.
The solution, Patient Connect, allows health systems to centralize and access share key data to make decisions, and provides actionable data analytics through dashboards and automatically-delivered reports and threshold alerts.
It use data analytics to target business and clinical risk, and focuses on nine indicators on the continuum of care: clinical standards, discharge planning, population health management, readmission reduction, patient experience, value-based care, quality assurance and compliance, care coordination, and real-time analytics and dashboards.
“Patient Connect is a revolutionary innovation that redefines how hospitals will coordinate care and puts an emphasis on better understanding the patient’s perspective,” commented Jennifer Holmes, Central Logic president and chief executive officer.
“It’s the first in the healthcare IT marketplace to reliably track and manage patients across the entire continuum of care.”
Scott Jordan, Central Logic’s chief innovation officer, said: “Patient Connect is the newest product in our innovative suite of patient flow and care coordination applications. It’s a complete solution to improve a hospital’s clinical and business outcomes.
“It’s a natural progression to build upon our expertise in medical access centers and provider logistics to address the full continuum of care. We’re excited to launch this ground breaking solution.”
Holmes added: “Unlike any other solution available today, Patient Connect offers a comprehensive approach that tells the complete patient care story and links it to the entire hospital operation. It provides access to data unavailable until now, and opens the door for creating impactful predictive analytics to help stay ahead of issues.
“Hospitals no longer must rely on predetermined data fields. Patient Connect’s versatility brings the patient back to the center of care by capturing critical data in real time and providing unparalleled visibility to improve patient outcomes.”
Central Logic, Healthcare, Risk management, Technology, US