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Quest for Best Care: Technology Tools That Can Change Your Practice

Part 1 in a 4 Part Series.  Read the Introduction here

In part one we will explore knowledge management tools that will elevate your practice, facilitate safe, evidence-based, data-driven decision making, and promote the point of care as a vital source of learning, innovation, and leadership.

  It has been estimated that by 2020 the average person will create an entire gigabyte of health data every day (McKinsey, 2017). As a clinician, how do you make sense of all that information? What are the implications as patients transverse across large, complex and dispersed organizations and systems of care? Clinicians want to be equipped to efficiently, effectively and safely manage the health care needs of patients while staying engaged to improve our system of care. Learning and contributing to health care advancement is in our DNA. I want to talk about how point of care clinicians can insert their DNA into their systems of care as a driver of learning and innovation. We will take a look at examples of cutting-edge ways to engage your practice and your patients.

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Topics: Anticoagulation, Industry Insight, DOAC, MACRA

PCDS believes that the complexity of patient care can be captured in a clear and meaningful way, enabling informed decision-making throughout the coordination and management of care.  We believe that connecting the point of care team with actionable information promotes patient engagement, analytic approaches to best practices, and system-supported collaborative efforts that are vital to patient safety, ambulatory service, and value across diverse health systems.

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