Technology | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | September 25, 2018

TransformativeMed Debuts Smart, Mobile-Enhanced CORE Value Suite at Cerner Conference

EHR-embedded solution ensures the data clinicians need, as they work, is accessible and smart

September 25, 2018 — TransformativeMed, a provider of directly embedded, smart clinical workflow solutions for electronic health records (EHRs), will debut a new, mobile and machine learning-enhanced CORE Value Suite at the Cerner Health Conference (CHC), Oct. 8-11 in Kansas City, Mo.

While health systems recognize the need for and benefits of EHRs, they also experience the complexities of adapting the EHR to the work processes of the multiple clinical specialties and care teams using it. TransformativeMed closes this gap by embedding directly into the Cerner EHR and uses a proprietary knowledge-engineering process to redesign the EHR to support every acute care team workflow out of the box.

With the new CORE Value Suite machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and voice features, the fatigue caused by hunting for seemingly inaccessible EHR data is reduced even more. Additionally, the mobile-enhanced features offer a new level of clinical communication and collaboration, by providing seamless mobile-to-desktop EHR interaction across care teams.

These EHR improvements provide a clinician-friendly way for health systems to use their existing EHR to:

  • Increase clinician morale, agility and care quality by making the EHR data every acute care team needs, accessible as they work;
  • Deliver rapid EHR value through quick clinical adoption and work efficiencies; and
  • Transform the EHR into a hub for real-time clinical communication and collaboration with the addition of new smart, mobile features.

For more information: www.transformativemed.com

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