If you are looking to improve health outcomes and operational efficiency through the meaningful use of HIT, S&P can help.
The push towards the meaningful use of EHR technology has nearly 90% of all hospitals demonstrating Stage 2 level of adoption. Meaningful Use objectives evolved over three stages starting with Data Capture and Sharing in 2011, shifting to Advancing Clinical Processes in 2014, and culminating with the Improvement of Outcomes in 2016*.
Unfortunately when it comes to the primary objective of the Improvement of Outcomes, many of the key measures for Life Expectancy, Mortality, Morbidity and other Risk Factors are not trending in a positive direction. There remains a significant opportunity to improve operational workflows and the use of technology in a manner that can have a drastic and positive impact on healthcare outcomes.
S&P has a long list of clients who we have helped leverage technology to improve their business performance and clinical outcomes. We help senior executives and HIT leaders develop a comprehensive roadmap—driven by corporate priorities—and imbued with effective governance. This roadmap is informed by industry knowledge and first-hand experience of both the operational and technical requirements to position our clients for meaningful adoption of healthcare information technology.
The result is a strategy that accounts for both current and future realities and provides for continual improvement and maximized return on investment.
If you are looking to develop a road map towards improved health outcomes and the meaningful use of HIT, S&P can help.
*National Center for Health Statistics. Health, United States, 2016: With Chartbook on Long-term Trends in Health. Hyattsville, MD. 2017.
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