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LiveProcess allows health systems to connect, coordinate and collaborate across departmental, organizational and geographic boundaries – consistently and in real time. Through a single platform, clinical, operational and environmental staff is able to manage any situation from any device, and dynamically rebalance business and clinical operations for the best outcomes during routine, emergent and emergency situations.
In this Interview with Terry Zysk, you can find out more about LiveProcess.
As health systems plan for the future, they need a new approach that allows them to innovate and rapidly adapt to changing situations. What they need is to harness the power of real-time insights. When all key health stakeholders are connected at the hub, common insights can be leveraged, allowing all healthcare providers to respond intelligently, without delay and ultimately make the best decisions possible for their patients. Learn what is situation management and why a surge heightens the need for it.
A regional coalition of hospitals, nursing facilities and other major healthcare centers uses one platform for key emergency management and communications. “When the pandemic started, everything was there,” said the program coordinator for the county emergency management department.
FeaturedCustomers published the Fall 2020 Hospital Communications Software Customer Success Report to give prospects better insight on which Hospital Communications Software would work best for their business according to real customer references. LiveProcess is ranked as a Rising Star. The customer success report is based on over 1,000 pieces of verified customer reference content. A vendor’s overall customer success score is reached via a weighted average of their Content, Market Presence, and Company Scores.
With new challenges come new opportunities, such as how health systems can reimagine hospitals to have more effective communication, collaboration, and decision making while at the same time staying financially sound. Read this Health IT Outcomes article to take a deeper look at what a reimagined hospital crisis management model could look like soon. The article also compares virtual command centers and physical command centers, and explores the real-time health system (RTHS) technology needed to support hospitals of the future.
To learn a little more about LiveProcess and their experience amidst COVID-19, Healthcare IT Today’s John Lynn sat down with Terry Zysk, CEO of LiveProcess, to discuss how LiveProcess came to be and to hear some of the stories from their healthcare customers amidst COVID-19. Zysk also shares how COVID-19 is different from other crisis situations LiveProcess customers have dealt with before and what a real-time virtual situation management platform should include to be effective. We also talk about whether you can implement new technology in the middle of the crisis or not and what other crisis may be missing our attention because we’re so focused on COVID-19.
If you want to learn about crisis management and how you can better prepare your healthcare organization for the next crisis you’ll enjoy this video with Lynn and Zysk .
Healthcare Innovation: Emergency Management Healthcare Coalition Proves Valuable in Riverside County
A key to the coalition’s capabilities is the fact that all members agreed to use the same technology platform, LiveProcess, which offers a secure, real-time virtual situation management system built for healthcare systems to dynamically rebalance business and clinical operations to meet demand while managing quality of care, employee and patient safety and financial risk.
CHELMSFORD, MA – July 7, 2020 – LiveProcess, the leader in healthcare emergency management solutions, today announced the release of LiveProcess Aware™, a secure, real-time virtual situation management platform built for healthcare systems to dynamically rebalance business and clinical operations while managing quality of care, safety and financial risk.
“As we saw with the COVID-19 pandemic, health systems need to be better prepared to innovate and rapidly adapt to changing situations in order to thrive,” said Terry Zysk, CEO, LiveProcess. “Doing that successfully requires real-time situational awareness and close collaboration across clinical, operational and business domains.”
For survival in an uncertain financial and public health environment, U.S. health systems grapple with a new requirement: to be nimble. In this guest post, Terry Zysk, CEO at healthcare IT company LiveProcess, explains how some health systems and hospitals are employing situational awareness and collaboration technology to respond and adapt to unforeseen situations, including but not limited to COVID-19.
A public health emergency response creates large-scale logistical issues. Hospitals are changing protocols, rethinking workflows, repurposing clinical areas and redistributing staff to adapt to a shift in demand with COVID-19. Some of the innovative US hospitals we work with are solving pandemic-related problems by repurposing already deployed or quick-to-deploy technology. Creativity is allowing these health systems to adapt to the COVID-19 crisis. Their experiences may spur ideas that help your own health system improvise and adapt to COVID-19 and other disruptive situations.
Government Technology: Emergency Management – Georgia Medical Center Deploys New Software as Coronavirus Hits
Tift Regional Medical Center in Georgia deployed the LiveProcess Emergency Manager software two weeks before the coronavirus hit the region and began managing the virus via the system immediately. The medical center’s virtual command center is a management portal that acts as a kind of “virtual bulletin board,” allowing staff to disseminate information, keep track of planning and coordination and response to situations. It keeps all staff on the same page in real time.
Testing, training and continuous improvement are requirements of CMS emergency preparedness. Read this McKnight’s Long-Term Care News article to learn learn 9 steps to a comprehensive emergency preparedness program.