Care providers swim in large volumes of patient data, from cradle to coffin, and still unable to improve care delivery effectiveness continuously. The right use of patient data will transform the delivery of healthcare. The whitepaper discusses innovative ways of handling data in hand to bring in the change in care delivery, while the patient is still in hospital, despite the variability, variances and variations.
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To improve care delivery effectiveness, hospitals need a solution that can identify a problem before it impacts patient health. Currently they face challenges of identifying problems (like adverse events, complications etc.) after it has already damaged the patient condition. They don‟t have a solution that delivers most needed information at the point of care – the moment when – real world variances in decision making that often require rapid, yet crucial collaborative sets of clinical information and actions to drive the outcomes – call it as the “undiscovered decision gap”. The effectiveness of these decisions and actions often fixes problems before they become issues of patient care.