Stanson Health Partners with Trinity Mother Frances to reduce harm and cost associated with care delivery in East Texas
Trinity Mother Frances and Stanson Health are working together to reduce harm and lower the cost of care with provider directed clinical decision support and closed-loop analytics.
TYLER, TX – Stanson Health, a leader in provider focused, EHR embedded, real- time clinical decision support (CDS) and analytics announced its partnership with Trinity Mother Frances. For more than 75 years, Trinity Mother Frances has proudly served the people of East Texas with recognized leadership in the areas of technology and quality initiatives. The multi-year partnership will guide the development and execution of clinical decision support solutions aimed at improving the quality of patient care through reductions in harm and inappropriate care across Trinity Mother Frances care facilities using their Epic enterprise electronic health record (EHR) system.
“We recently evaluated Stanson Health’s point of care CDS focused on the appropriate use of medications, imaging, labs, and other high-cost procedures using Stanson Health CDS & Analytics in our EHR. Based on our experience, we decided to fully partner with Stanson Health to leverage our technology investments and help us bring relevant tools to our providers for improving the quality of care our doctors and hospitals deliver to our communities,” said Tom Hargrove, MD, Trinity Mother Frances’ Chief Medical Information Officer. “Our partnership with Stanson Health aligns with Trinity Mother Frances’ mission to enhance community health through service with compassion, excellence, and efficiency.”
The partnership between the Stanson Health and Trinity Mother Frances will initially focus on deployment of Stanson Health’s point of care recommendations aligned with the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation’s Choosing Wisely® campaign. Stanson Health’s CDS and Analytics deliver real-time guidance and insights for supporting patient interventions that safely lower costs and reduce harm. “In our VIP pilot, we have had a chance to work closely with the clinical and technical teams at Trinity Mother Frances, and we are very excited to be working with them to get the benefits of a full implementation”, said Rick Adam, President of Stanson Health. “Our organizations share common values and
specifically the desire to safely improve care while lowering costs in the journey to value-based care.”