Academic Medical Centers Select Physician Scheduler® by Clairvia to Synchronize Enterprise-Wide Care Coordination

DURHAM, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- To improve system-wide care coordination and physician communication, academic medical centers (AMCs) are increasingly relying on Clairvia’s Physician Scheduler® software as their one, enterprise-capable physician scheduling product.

Numerous AMCs have recently selected Physician Scheduler, the industry leader in physician scheduling solutions. They include:

  • Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
  • University of California Health System
  • University of Utah Health Care
  • University of Michigan Health System
  • University of Miami Health System
  • University of Rochester Medical Center
  • Mayo Clinic Arizona in Scottsdale

“Today’s AMCs recognize that delivering quality healthcare requires maintaining quality relationships and providing an integrated way to communicate with its physicians and caregivers,” says Beth Pickard, Clairvia president and chief executive officer. “After all, a recent study, conducted by the Center for Health Information and Decision Systems, estimates U.S. hospitals waste $12 billion a year due to the effects of inadequate or delayed communication.

“An essential first step in ensuring effective communication with physicians begins with a clear understanding of ---- and control over ---- physicians’ often very complex schedules.”

Given the intricacies of the modern healthcare delivery system, “the effective synchronization of provider resources is critical,” says Dale Lucas, manager at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. “Physician Scheduler is the solution we’re relying on to achieve efficient care coordination.”

Physician Scheduler’s flexible scheduling engine is at the core of its enterprise-ready design, providing scheduling solutions to all types of physician specialties and staff, including faculty, residents and clinical support personnel. Combined with Physician Scheduler Web and MobileConnect, physicians and staff have anytime, anywhere access to real-time scheduling information, improving point-of-care decision-making and enhancing physician and staff productivity and satisfaction.

With Physician Scheduler, AMCs also have the opportunity to eliminate the inefficiencies and costs of disparate, fragmented systems, and lower the cost of ownership by implementing a single solution that accommodates all physician specialty scheduling requirements.

About Clairvia

Clairvia, headquartered in Durham, N.C., serves more than 1,200 healthcare organizations, medical facilities, nursing departments, and group practices with advanced software solutions for patient and staff management.

Clairvia’s Physician Scheduler software automates the demanding, time-intensive task of creating an equitable schedule based on the complex rules of individual physician groups, while ensuring an equitable share of call and adequate coverage.

Clairvia Care Value Management (CVM) is a comprehensive software suite that empowers healthcare providers to deliver the right caregivers to each patient – at the right time – to achieve the next, desired level of wellness. In more than 200 successful implementations, Clairvia CVM has driven measurable improvements in quality of care, patient safety, patient throughput and financial performance, as well as patient, staff, and physician satisfaction.

For more information on all Clairvia products, visit www.clairvia.com.



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Beth Pickard, 919-382-8282, ext. 203
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