So, you're thinking of migrating to Epic's solid organ transplant module Phoenix? Or did you recently switch? The Phoenix product has come a long way since its initial release around 10 years ago. It is a great way to effectively manage your transplant population within the fully-integrated Epic suite of products. I helped to support the first 40 or so Phoenix go-lives during my Epic tenure and take great pride in the application.
Automating the extraction of all required information from faxes or other non-interfaced sources, ensures your patients’ safety and complete, compliant information in the EMR. Any solution you use should be matching patient and order level data, collecting physician demographic information, and capturing...
Tracking Data is a Key Component of QAPI Programs, not only for CMS but also now with UNOS
One of the most challenging aspects of transplant program management is ensuring that your Quality Assessment and Process Improvement programs are measuring meaningful and actionable items that lead to program improvement. There are many factors that contribute to these projects but one thing in common is that they are all data-driven.
The ultimate juggling act: clinical labs in a hospital setting are required to maintain the highest operational standards. They complete their own inpatient testing while managing the logistics of send-outs and the returning results from reference and specialty labs. No matter where it’s coming from, comprehensive data needs to get back to the ordering physician - data required to make the best care decisions.
Dealing with Data Delay
Is your organization facing delays in access to data? If so, you are not alone. According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, 20% of preventable medical errors in the US are caused by the lack of immediate access to health information.