How Clinical Communication and Collaboration Technology Supports Value-Based Care Objectives

Build the technological foundation for healthcare transformation

continuity of operations planning (COOP) for healthcare business continuity thumbnail imageYour hospital or health system is looking to technology to bridge the gap between rising costs and value-based care objectives. Facing a rapidly expanding spectrum of healthcare technologies, healthcare leaders must prioritize IT investments thoughtfully. Demands on healthcare providers are compelling a transformation from healthcare focused on discrete services to an emphasis on care coordination across providers, facilities and timespans. A transformation at this scale cannot happen with a piecemeal approach to problem solving. According to a Gartner analysis of healthcare IT investment strategies, clinical communication and collaboration systems for coordinating activities among clinicians and staff should take priority among new IT investments for healthcare organizations preparing to meet value-based care objectives. In this eBook, learn how healthcare communication technology  can provide enterprise-wide situational awareness and resource orchestration, in real time. Clinical communication and collaboration can enhance care delivery by:

  • Streamlining care coordination among providers inside and outside your facility
  • Enabling greater responsiveness without expanding workload
  • Cutting the high cost of staffing adjustments
  • Providing a single-platform solution to increase ease-of-use and augment return on investment

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