STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has aligned its clinical decision support (CDS) and clinical reference solutions to help healthcare providers and payers achieve clinical, operational and financial excellence.
The latest example of this alignment is InOrder by Elsevier, an intuitive, cloud-based order set solution that enables clinicians to author, review and publish orders in a collaborative environment that quickly translates evidence-based knowledge into better patient care. By combining Elsevier's experience in providing evidence-based content and the capability to make updates rapidly as regulations and medications change, InOrder is expected to help hospitals and clinicians increase patient safety and prevent medical errors.
Elsevier will demonstrate its integrated solutions at its booth (#6129) at the Healthcare Information Management and Systems Society (HIMSS13) annual meeting in New Orleans, March 4-6.
Using a patient-centered approach, Elsevier claims to have aligned an integrated suite of capabilities for healthcare providers unmatched in the industry. These include analytics & reporting, drug reference & decision support, learning & performance management, evidence-based guidelines, clinical content & order sets, interdisciplinary care planning & documentation and patient education and engagement.
Also at HIMSS13, Elsevier will present several new and enhanced product solutions. Dr Jonathan Teich, PhD, FHIMSS, FACMI, Elsevier's Chief Medical Informatics Officer, will host a special breakfast briefing called 'A New Approach to Practical, Usable Order Sets' on March 4. The briefing will examine the challenges of order sets and how Elsevier's new solution, InOrder, addresses those challenges. Those interested in attending should register online.
Elsevier will also demonstrate ClinicalKey, a clinical insight engine that provides current and clinically relevant evidence-based answers, as well as expert commentary, MEDLINE abstracts and select third-party journals. At HIMSS13, ClinicalKey will also salute the winners of its first Key Innovator Award contest.
Elsevier's MEDai analytics group will demonstrate the Physician Portal and Physician Profiler in its new MEDai Navigator solution and its new Pinpoint Risk product. Dr Peter Edelstein, Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Elsevier's MEDai analytics group, will present on 'Predictive Analytics for the Bedside Provider' at the HIMSS13 Clinical & Business Analytics/Intelligence Knowledge Center, Booth #869, Kiosk #4, on March 4.
Elsevier's ExitCare will showcase two solutions for engaging patients. The first is ExitCare OnScreen, a video delivery system that delivers a collection of multimedia programmes through digital video, animated graphics and interactive questions. The second is ExitCare Program, a meaningful use certifiable solution that delivers print-based patient education. This will be featured in the HIMSS13 Meaningful Use Experience pavilion, kiosk #149-24.
Elsevier's Revenue Cycle eLearning will demonstrate its phased, role-based planning and online education resources for ICD-10 that ensure hospital staff receive the right training at the right time. At the ICD-10 Knowledge Center (booth #4581, kiosk #2) on March 4, ICD-10 expert Deb Neville, RHIA, CCS-P, Elsevier's Director of Revenue Cycle, Coding and Compliance, will present 'ICD-10 Transition: Building Confidence.'
Two of Elsevier's nationally known thought leaders will be active at HIMSS13. Dr. Teich will present the closing keynote – 'The Future of Healthcare Innovation' – at the HIMSS Innovation Symposium on March 3. And Michelle Troseth, MSN, RN, DPNAP, FAANRN, Elsevier's Chief Professional Practice Officer, will co-present a HIMSS Educational Session on 'TIGER IMPACT: Measuring VLE Metrics and More of the TIGER Story!' on March 4.