Clients in the News: Intermountain Healthcare, Cincinnati Children’s, Yale New Haven, Orlando Health

As complex healthcare organizations with many moving parts, hospitals that use LUMEDX's cardiovascular registry software, analytics, and workflow solutions have so much more going on. This is the first in an ongoing series of blogs that will call out innovation, quality improvement, and more from our esteemed roster of client partners.

Blockchain, AI employed at Intermountain to identify waste, lower costs

Utah-based Intermountain Healthcare is using blockchain-based technology coupled with artificial intelligence to identify waste in its massive healthcare system—creating better outcomes for patients, and significant savings all around. (Forbes)

Cincinnati Children’s to serve as NIH rare disease data center

A five-year, $28 million grant has been awarded from the National Institutes of Health designating Cincinnati Children’s as a data management and coordinating center for the Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network. (Health Data Management)

New accounting system at Yale New Haven yields $150 million in savings

Yale New Haven Health’s massive undertaking, based around a new cost accounting system, is all part of a strategy to prepare for value-based reimbursement by guiding clinical and finance leaders “toward speaking the same language, using data to partner, and together making an impact on cost and quality.” (Healthcare IT News)

Orlando Health's Epic program exec: 3 insights for a successful EHR implementation

Sherry Buxton, RN, is at the helm of Orlando Health's two-year EHR transition to Epic, which includes a 130-member implementation team. Here she discusses her top priorities as leader of the Epic implementation, which is expected to complete in early 2021, and how she keeps her team members engaged on the project. (Becker’s Health IT & CIO Report)

Posted by Jana Ballinger 11/07/2019 Categories: Clients in the News