Wolters Kluwer Health, a provider of information, business intelligence and point-of-care solutions for the healthcare industry, is all set to further enhance patient safety and speed reimbursement with the launch of an enhanced Web application within its clinical content management solution, ProVation Order Sets.
ProVation Order Sets, powered by UpToDate Decision Support, provides standardized evidence-based medical content to ensure optimal patient outcomes. Built using HTML5 technology, the improved user interface offers a better intuitive experience that can be accessed from any Web browser on any type of computer or mobile device.
"As healthcare organizations strive to advance adoption of evidence-based practices at the point of care, deployment of clinical decision support technology that streamlines processes and promotes uptake is critical to success," Mike Haldane, vice president and general manager, Clinical Documentation, Wolters Kluwer Health, Clinical Solutions, said in a statement.
"The ProVation team understands the challenges facing healthcare organizations, and the launch of our enhanced HTML5 Web application further demonstrates our commitment to enhancing the user experience," Haldane added.
Wolters ProVation Medical provides electronic order set, care plan and procedural documentation solutions that are designed to reduce inefficient, error-prone processes with an intuitive user interface, technology, and deep medical content.
According to the company, the advanced, responsive design interface speeds clinician training and uptake of ProVation Order Sets and ProVation Care Plans, powered by Lippincott's Nursing Solutions, enabling time-strapped physicians, nurses and pharmacists to be more organized and efficient with document review.
Enhanced features includes single-click approvals, tracking of clinician "likes," and a real-time message board with threaded comments which can further streamline the order set and care plan development process, ensuring efficient roll-out of the latest evidence-based decision support at the point of care.
Wolters Kluwer Health recently brought together a panel of distinguished physician administrators from Canada's leading healthcare institutions for a series of regional seminars that explored the impact of evidence-based medicine on the country's healthcare system.
Edited by Alisen Downey