Wednesday, March 26, 2014

What's in your Patient Portal???

Now consider what could be in your portal…

A revolutionary new way to engage and empower all stakeholders in the healthcare learning system.

Think for a moment about Gamification and The Institute of Medicine's new report  "The Path to Continuously Learning Health Care in America"

The Characteristics of a Continuously Learning Health Care System...

Science and Informatics
Real-time access to knowledge—A learning health care system continuously and reliably captures, curates, and delivers the best available evidence to guide, support, tailor, and improve clinical decision making and care safety and quality.

Digital capture of the care experience— A learning health care system captures the care experience on digital platforms for real-time generation and application of knowledge for care improvement. 

Patient-Clinician Partnerships
Engaged, empowered patients— A learning health care system is anchored on patient needs and perspectives and promotes the inclusion of patients, families, and other caregivers as vital members of the continuously learning care team.

Incentives aligned for value— A learning health care system has incentives actively aligned to encourage continuous improvement, identify and reduce waste, and reward high-value care.

Full transparency— A learning health care system systematically monitors the safety, quality, processes, prices, costs, and outcomes of care, and makes information available for care improvement and informed choices and decision making by clinicians, patients, and their families.

Continuous Learning Culture
Leadership-instilled culture of learning— A learning health care system is stewarded by leadership committed to a culture of teamwork, collaboration, and adaptability in support of continuous learning as a core aim.

Supportive system competencies— A learning health care system constantly refines complex care operations and processes through ongoing team training and skill building, systems analysis and information development, and creation of the feedback loops for continuous learning and system improvement.

These games represent more than education, more than engagement – they represent an innovative way for patients and clinicians to work together for a healthier tomorrow.

We are successfully changing the current landscape through integrated delivery systems, higher quality care, and advanced technology. These innovations are transforming the way we manage populations through big data.

But once the opportunity has been identified, do we have the tools to close the gap?

We do now -

This has been the most amazing journey yet, and now because of your overwhelming interest and support we have a new venture….

If you are looking to add games to your current patient portal – this is AWESOME!

If you need a portal and games - We can HELP you too!

1 comment:

  1. Would love to learn more. Have these been piloted with community health center patients?