Diagnotes Recognized in Gartner’s 2018 Market Guide for Clinical Communication and Collaboration More Promote Edit Published
INDIANAPOLIS, IN — Diagnotes, Inc., based in Indianapolis, IN, was recognized as a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s July 2018 Market Guide for Clinical Communication and Collaboration (CC&C). The guide is used by senior healthcare executives and clinical leadership to understand market trends and identify potential vendors.
Healthcare provider CIOs developing the IT strategy for next-generation care delivery should, “improve care coordination and transitions of care by equipping care teams with CC&C tools that interoperate with other core components of the care team collaboration ecosystem. Those components include the contact center, interactive patient care, alarms and notifications, and nurse call systems,” according to Barry Runyon, an analyst for Gartner and the author of the market guide.
The Diagnotes clinical communication platform uses a FHIR-enabled API to automate orders placed in an EHR, dramatically reducing delays associated with the most common time-sensitive workflows, including STEMI and stroke assessments, consult requests and discharges. In addition to streamlining workflows, Diagnotes allows physicians, nurses and nonclinical staff to communicate and coordinate care with each other as well as with patients and caregivers, on a single platform.
According to the report, “by 2023, the patient-centric secure messaging capabilities of clinical communication and collaboration (CC&C) systems will have largely replaced stand-alone secure texting among care team members.” Additionally, “work that is manual, repetitive, automatable and tactical — scales linearly and has little enduring value. Whenever possible, healthcare provider CIOs should introduce technologies and systems that can reduce toil. CC&C is one of those systems.”
“The Diagnotes clinical communication and collaboration platform was designed to address a key concern which is to reduce repetitive tasks that have little enduring value,” said Dave Wortman, co-founder and chief executive officer of Diagnotes. “Our greatest strength is providing user-friendly, interoperable communication tools that reduce delays, streamline workflows, and improve the experiences for those who are providing care as well as those receiving it.”
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Diagnotes is a powerful, enterprise-grade clinical communication and collaboration platform. Using concepts familiar to all mobile device users, it is fast to implement and highly intuitive to adopt. Integrating Diagnotes with EHR systems allows users to automate essential clinical workflows, share clinical patient data, and save summaries of discussions. Physicians, nurses and non-clinical staff can communicate with each other, as well as with patients and caregivers, on a single platform. Diagnotes is hosted in the AWS cloud and is FHIR-enabled, allowing for easy integration with other applications and software platforms.