Increasing number of healthcare organizations leveraging real-time integration of EHR and resource data to improve quality of care and operational efficiencies
DURHAM, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- High-value health care moves all patients to their desired level of wellness as effectively and efficiently as possible. Achieving this objective requires providing caregivers with the information they need to make the right resource allocation decisions at the point of care. Champions of Care Value Management (CVM), North Carolina based software developer Clairvia is delivering this mission-critical information via its CVM Automated Patient Acuity and Patient Assignment solutions. Seamlessly integrated with clinical information systems, Clairvia’s CVM solutions determine the resources required for each patient to reach his or her next desired clinical outcome, create an evidence-based platform for collaborative care, and measure the value the workforce brings to both the efficiency of care and the patient’s experience.
“Clinical information systems document patient needs and expected courses of care,” says Beth Pickard, Clairvia president and chief executive officer. “Resource Management systems store nurse competency, skills, and availability data. Clairvia Care Value Management (CVM) integrates these two datasets in real time – at the point of care – to transform what was once nothing more than staffing into patient resource assignment. During the last six months of 2010, as health care leaders came to understand the power of bridging the value gap, Clairvia experienced an 85 percent increase in sales of our CVM Outcomes-Driven Patient Acuity and Demand-Driven Patient Assignment solutions.”
“Clairvia’s point-of-care technology allows us to focus on clinical outcomes, resource utilization, and staff, patient, and physician satisfaction,” says Marie Mulligan, Vice President for Nursing at John T Mather Memorial Hospital. And, noting Clairvia’s incorporation of the latest hardware innovations, Pam Wiebelhaus, Director of Nursing Systems at St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center, states, “By utilizing new tablet technology, Clairvia empowers our caregivers with decision-support data that they can act upon, right at the bedside.”
Clairvia will present complete demonstrations of the system – including the tablet-based point-of-care technology – at the 2011 HIMSS Conference, in booth number 3123.
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 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. The complete Clairvia CVM solution includes the following software products:
|CVM Staff Manager|
|CVM Care Cost Manager|
|CVM Demand Manager|
|CVM Patient Progress Manager|
|CVM Outcomes-Driven Patient Acuity|
|CVM Demand-Driven Patient Assignment|
|CVM ShiftAlert Mobile|
For more information, visit www.clairvia.com
Beth Pickard, 919-382-8282
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