When health information remains siloed between disparate systems, provider organizations miss the opportunity for true coordination and informed care. Having an integrated, data-driven electronic health record (EHR) platform that works across the care continuum is essential when building a solid foundation for comprehensive care.
Creating a secure and scalable foundation that supports data sharing beyond the four walls of your organization not only promotes an integrated care model, but boosts time savings, addresses provider shortages and improves outcomes.
In a recent webinar, Balance Agility + Stability In 4 Steps, the presenters and I took a deeper dive into the importance of building a foundation for integrated care, resulting in better care coordination and clinician satisfaction. 4 key takeaways from the May webinar included:
Building an integrated foundation for coordinated care is key for organizations to improve outcomes and inform their care delivery. Check out the recorded webinar to learn more!
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