Frost & Sullivan Honors Medicomp Systems with the 2018 EHR Optimization Technology Leadership Award

Medicomp’s Quippe solution recognized for addressing industry challenges that drive better outcomes and enhance physician productivity and satisfaction

Frost & Sullivan has named Medicomp as the winner of its 2018 North American Electronic Health Record (EHR) Optimization Technology Leadership Award for its Quippe suite of solutions. The prestigious analyst firm selected Medicomp’s Quippe based on its ability to help organizations optimize their EHRs to reduce the documentation burden for physicians at the point of care and use clinical data to improve patient outcomes.

Physicians face numerous challenges that impede their ability to focus on direct patient care. Frost & Sullivan recognizes Quippe’s ability to eliminate several of these challenges with productivity-enhancing tools that streamline the documentation process, improve point-of-care access to critical patient data, and facilitate the interoperability of clinical information.

Frost & Sullivan commends Quippe’s ability to address several key industry challenges, including:

Inefficient technologies that hurt physician productivity and satisfaction:

  • Quippe optimizes the usability and return on investment (ROI) of existing EHRs by enhancing the documentation functionality and streamlining workflows.
  • Quippe simplifies the tracking of quality measures and other activities required for a regulatory program, thereby reducing administrative burdens for physicians, driving greater efficiency and satisfaction, and enabling more time for patient care.
  • Clinicians who have added Quippe to their existing EHRs report increased productivity, allowing them to see up to 30 percent more patients.

The need for targeted, structured data to drive quality outcomes:

  • New value-based care payment models reward physicians for delivering high-quality, cost-effective care. Quippe transforms complex, disorganized data into structured, high-value information within comprehensive problem-oriented views.
  • Physicians have point-of-care access to highly targeted clinical information about a specific patient for any known or suspected disease state, thereby enhancing clinicians’ decision making and allowing them to close care gaps immediately. In addition, care is delivered efficiently, and health outcomes are optimized.

The lack of interoperability puts patients at risk

  • Optimal care requires all members of the care team to have access to a patient’s complete medical history; however, the widespread lack of interoperability between disparate systems hinders the exchange of critical patient data. Quippe facilitates bi-directional interoperability between different systems with its mappings of millions of clinical concepts, including SNOMED-CT, RxNorm, LOINC, and ICD-10.
  • Quippe intelligently identifies and interprets disorganized and complex arrays of medical information from multiple sources to deliver filtered, high-value information as part of the physician’s workflow.

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