Frost & Sullivan’s Technology Leadership Award recognizes companies that lead the development and successful introduction of high-tech solutions to address customers’ most pressing needs and alter the industry or business landscape in the process.
“We are honored that Frost & Sullivan has recognized Quippe as a technology solution that’s helping healthcare organizations to clinically optimize their existing EHRs and address some of the industry’s toughest challenges,” said Medicomp CEO David Lareau. “This award serves as a confirmation that our four decades of work creating clinical solutions is making a difference in healthcare to improve physician productivity, increase organizational efficiencies and facilitate better patient care.”
Frost & Sullivan commends Quippe’s ability to address several key industry challenges, including the following:
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. In addition, 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 clinal 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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About Medicomp Systems
In 1978, Medicomp Systems pioneered its patented MEDCIN® Knowledge Engine, co-designed with physicians, to transform disorganized, complex arrays of medical information into structured, clinically relevant data at the point of care. Leveraging its flagship engine, Medicomp’s Quippe suite of solutions uniquely delivers longitudinal patient information within problem-oriented clinical views, mirroring the way physicians think and work to drive optimal patient outcomes. Quippe also includes wizard-based documentation functionality, which integrates into existing clinical workflows and EHRs, enabling health systems to further enhance EHR usability. With Quippe, healthcare organizations of all sizes can satisfy quality measures and regulatory compliance, increasing physician productivity while effectively positioning themselves for future market demands. Today, leading hospitals and health systems and more than 100,000 users/day rely on Medicomp’s proven domain expertise and clinician-designed technology to improve the quality and efficiency of care delivery. For more information, please visit http://www.medicomp.com/.
Media Contact: Lisa Chernikoff, Amendola Communications for Medicomp, 734-678-5513, firstname.lastname@example.org