Reducing low-value and unnecessary care
Stanson Health products reduce low-value and unnecessary care by delivering real-time alerts and relevant analytics to guide and influence physician decisions, improve patient outcomes, reduce waste, and safely lower health care costs. Stanson Clinical Decision Support (CDS) is derived from highly reputable sources, embedded in electronic medical records, and integrated into routine provide workflows. Content sources include the ABIM Foundation’s Choosing Wisely® initiative, the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), and major medical society guidelines. All Stanson Clinical Decision Support is tested, validated, and optimized in real inpatient and ambulatory practice environments.
Stanson delivers the most effective, cost-reducing Clinical Decision Support (CDS) available today, for advanced imaging, high cost medication, and lab utilization management.
Transition to risk-based payment requires a greater focus on reducing costs
As the healthcare landscape evolves, organizations must find ways to reduce costs, without sacrificing quality of care, to remain competitive.
Unnecessary or inappropriate care accounts for a significant amount of overall healthcare spending. More than 80% of overall healthcare costs are directly linked to decisions made by physicians.
The decision to place an order for medical services initiates most of the cost in healthcare and often has the most impact on quality of care. Stanson offers providers Clinical Decision Support (CDS), integrated with natural workflow, at the time the physician places an order. Stanson keeps the “Five “Rights” of clinical decision support at the forefront of the physician workflow: the right information, to the right person, in the right intervention format, through the right channel, at the right time.
Stanson helps organizations prepare for global or shared risk by targeting the significant opportunity to reduce costs by providing physicians with Clinical Decision Support aimed at reducing or eliminating unnecessary care.
Effective clinical decision support requires engagement at the point of care
Unlike other forms of CDS, alerts are patient specific and easy to access
Clinical Decision Support
Enables organizations to succeed at risk-based payments
Integrates evidence-based alerts at the point of care for population health
Provides analytics and reporting tools for actionable feedback
Delivers ready-to-go content for inpatient and ambulatory with proven results
Savings from the Stanson product in a large community hospital were estimated to exceed $6 million annually.