Los Angeles, California, October 25, 2016 — Stanson Health, a next-generation Clinical Decision Support (CDS) and analytics company, today announced the firm’s latest content library release. This newest release includes a feature-rich physician alert set designed to help tailor medical decisions, practices, and products to the individual patient. Stanson CDS hardwires best practices into the Electronic Health Record.
The newest Stanson Health product release offers evidence-based rules related to a variety of strategic initiatives, including Atrial Fibrillation, Comprehensive Joint Replacement (CJR), Medicare Advantage Star Ratings, Antimicrobial Stewardship, and Opioid Management. New content has also been added to the already-robust Stanson library, focused on reducing harm and waste, another critical component of reimbursement under MACRA.
“Close collaboration with our customers helped us prioritize the development of CDS aligned to their top-of-mind concerns,” said Anne Wellington, Stanson Chief Product Officer. “Our customers have seen meaningful changes in clinical practice from our existing content library and are eager to deploy additional CDS that will help them prepare for payment reform.”
“We thoughtfully engage in physician workflow at the point of decision-making with evidence-based content to improve patient care and cost,” said Rick Adam, company President. “We analyze these interactions to help align provider behavior with strategies of the health system, and this new product release extends our reach and coverage for physicians moving to value-based care and emerging payment models. Stanson clients are currently extracting millions of dollars of unnecessary spending, and Stanson analytics provide an accurate, real-time snapshot of that metric. This new release will accelerate the savings in unnecessary spending and help drive quality outcomes.”
Stanson Health is leading the way in developing next-generation Clinical Decision Support solutions. Stanson provides EMR-integrated real-time alerts optimized for use in the physician’s clinical workflow. Combined with relevant analytics, Stanson solutions safely guide physician decisions toward the elimination of unnecessary or inappropriate care and help improve the quality of care. Stanson clients operate more than 134 hospitals with more than 43,000 providers. To learn more, visit stansonhealth.com or call 310.444.7178.