When it comes to successfully delivering healthcare, information is everything
appropriately access and securely share a patient’s medical information to provide better care, better medical outcomes, and ultimately lower costs for both the patient and the provider.
Clear communication is the key to better quality healthcare
Improving healthcare isn’t a one-man job; patients deal with different providers, and doctors have to depend on patients’ scattered paper-based medical records with no access to the patient’s full medical history leads to inaccurate diagnoses. Serious medication errors can be reduced by as much as 55% when only digitizing medical records.
Your Medical Records Will Save Your Life
them with different HCPs in a secure digital environment enables healthcare providers to deliver better and data-driven healthcare. EMR benefits both public and private sectors, whether a public hospital accurately diagnoses patients or a drug delivery startup avoids medication errors and drug-to-drug interactions. “Medication errors’ cost estimated at US$ 42 billion annually”
Millions of dollars are wasted due to unneeded redundant tests
It doesn’t make sense to pay for the same lab/radiology tests twice right? Using a health information exchange platform led to a 52% reduction in the number of laboratory tests and a 36% drop in the number of radiology exams ordered for every patient in the emergency department.3 The HIE system can eliminate unnecessary and redundant testing for patients, estimated that 21% of medical services are unnecessary, and millions of patients are being bombarded with screenings and scans that offer little or no benefit,