Wellsheet integration with athenaOne to empower primary care clinicians in community health centers
"Horizon is working to put the power of actionable data into the hands of New Jersey’s doctors and hospitals to help them improve care quality, better the patient experience and lower the overall cost of care for our 3.7 million members,”
- Joseph O’Hara, Horizon’s Director of Healthcare Marketplace Innovations.
Wellsheet’s predictive workflow platform quickly finds the right clinical information and patient history, provides notification on demand, transfer of care handouts and clinical trials identification over laptop or mobile access.
Hear a range of perspectives focusing on API-based healthcare transformation including direct health system experiences with deploying technologies through these APIs, new federal regulations and the EHR API marketplace itself.
“Doctors now have rights to install smart on FHIR apps off of the regulated endpoints and that is a game changer.”
- Aneesh Chopra, Former U.S. CTO
“One of our approaches to this has been to use applications using APIs within the EHRs to assist their teams with more efficiently and effectively delivering care, so use all the information under their fingertip, to not only triage clinical concerns, process information and then deliver that care to patients.”
- Srinath Adsumalli, MD.MSc,FACC- Penn Medicine
In this video, Dr. Frederik Lindberg, MD, VP Product, shows new Wellsheet features that help health centers with large numbers of COVID-19 patients.
Wellsheet also tracks and trends key patient parameters and helps synthesize prognostic indicators, such as the Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) score.
Physicians at RWJBarnabas Health explain how Wellsheet improves their EHR workflow experience.
Wellsheet is a Predictive Workflow Platform Designed for Physicians. Available on the Cerner App Gallery and Epic App Orchard.
See our Webinar on how Wellsheet is being used by clinicians at Concord Hospital to quickly provide the data doctors need in a more effective and timely workflow, better administrative tracking and allocation of resources and higher quality care patient care
Christine Cassel, MD is senior advisor on strategy and policy for the Department of Medicine at the University of California at San Francisco. Previously she was Planning Dean of the Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine and served on the Board of the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals. She has been a leader in geriatric medicine, biomedical ethics and quality of care.