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Healthcare: a patient's data all in one place

Among the most valuable resources in a hospital are clinicians' and other healthcare professionals' time. How can they spend more of it with patients? And how can hospitals run more efficiently?

A patient's lipid and metabolic test results

When clinicians see their patients, they need to know as much as possible about each one in a limited time in order to make appropriate diagnoses for optimal outcomes.

Acadiant's Patient Data Navigator makes complete patient information securely accessible to authorized users on a desktop, tablet or smartphone.

A patient's lipid and metabolic test results

They need to assess test results, scans, MRIs, medical images, echocardiograms, pharmacological records, family history, previous interventions, and earlier diagnoses.

All this information, now often isolated in different formats and in various silos around the hospital, can be gathered in one place.

"For every hour physicians provide direct clinical face time to patients, nearly 2 additional hours is spent on EHR and desk work within the clinic day. Outside office hours, physicians spend another 1 to 2 hours of personal time each night doing additional computer and other clerical work."

Annals of Internal Medicine

Too much of doctors' time is spent on paperwork.

How much more could physicians achieve if all that information were ready and waiting at their fingertips?

A statistical regression model with expeced
outcomes for patients with heart failure.

Clinicians can use Acadiant's Patient Data Navigator's interactive forms for patient education as well.

So doctors can spend less time on admin — and more time with their patients.

The result? If doctors and other healthcare professionals were spared administrative drudgery every day, imagine:

How many more patients could they treat?
How many more lives could they save?
How much more efficiently could their hospitals run?
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