2019 Nurse Forum: Innovative Care Coordination

Foxborough, MA
June 12th - 14th

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At MEDITECH’s 2019 Nurse Forum: Innovative Care Coordination*, we’ll discuss how the care landscape has changed for clinicians, and how you can use your EHR to deliver safer care, anywhere and everywhere.

Here’s what you can look forward to during this free event:

  • Ample opportunities for networking and strategy sharing with your peers and MEDITECH staff
  • A half-day of pre-conference EHR optimization sessions
  • Two full days of plenary and education sessions 
  • The ability to earn contact hours.

*This activity has been submitted to ANA Massachusetts for approval to award contact hours. ANA Massachusetts is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

View a special video invite from Cathy Turner, BSN, MBA, RN-BC, MEDITECH associate vice president.

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  • Pre-Conference Sessions

    All available presentations have been posted below.

    Wednesday, June 12

    12 p.m.

    Registration and Welcome Luncheon (Hypatia Ballroom)
    Vendor Gallery

    1 p.m.

    Critical Care Optimization (6.x, Expanse) (Babbage East)
    Deborah Carrelas, Senior Analyst, Client Services, MEDITECH
    This session will review the benefits of using the Specialty Care desktop in various settings within the hospital. The Specialty flowsheet supports both the documentation and viewing of patient data on a single screen. Hear how other facilities incorporated the functionality into their specialty areas.

    Engaging Patients with Virtual Visits (6.x, Expanse) (Chomsky)
    Missy Moquin, Senior Manager, Client Services, MEDITECH
    See MEDITECH’s new Virtual Visit feature in action and discuss how you can leverage this functionality in the ambulatory setting, to help improve quality, cost-effectiveness, and your focus on patients. We’ll walk through both the patient and provider experience, demonstrating the benefits of a fully integrated virtual conference. We will also demonstrate how MEDITECH has increased online and mobile conveniences, enabling patients to pre-register, complete consent forms/questionnaires, and update medications and allergies ahead of their visit.

    Head of the Class: Engage, Educate, Empower (All platforms) (Bartik)
    Melissa Brady, Training Specialist, Client Services, MEDITECH
    Kayla Ryan, Senior Training Specialist, Client Services, MEDITECH

    During this session, you will play an active part in the ongoing conversation related to EHR education. MEDITECH hosts a library of e-Learnings, educational resources, and tools that are available to you – but are they being leveraged? Learn more about these tools and MEDITECH's plans around future EHR educational efforts. 

    Nursing Orders Management Roundtable (All platforms) (Babbage West)
    Jeff Battles, Clinical Applications Analyst III, St. Bernards Medical Center
    Ariana Scolaro, Supervisor, Client Services, MEDITECH

    Jeff Battles from St. Bernards Medical Center kicks off this roundtable discussion with examples of improvements his organization made in admission ordering, Foley orders, post-op orders, status board, and query links. Come prepared to share your questions/experiences and join the discussion!

    2:15 p.m.

    Pending Discharge (Expanse) (Bartik)
    Stefan Provost, Senior Specialist, Client Services, MEDITECH
    Join us to learn about how the Pending Discharge routine can optimize user satisfaction and efficiency in your facility’s discharge process. You will also see how the streamlined workflow of the Pending Discharge routine captures and displays a patient’s tentative discharge date and time on the PCS Status Board and REG Bed Management Desktop.

    Surveillance: Proactive Patient Monitoring (6.x, Expanse) (Babbage West)
    Greg Hartman, RN, BSN, Clinical Informaticist, Avera Health
    George McLaughlin, Supervisor, Client Services, MEDITECH
    Join us to learn how Avera Health is streamlining their workflows while optimizing the Surveillance tool to more proactively monitor patients for conditions that impact patient health, documentation accuracy, and even financial security. We will also offer recommendations on how to best manage surveillance across your health system.

    EHR Toolkit Optimization (All platforms) (Babbage East)
    Presentation coming soon.
    Lisa Bourgeois, Senior Manager, Professional Services, MEDITECH
    Jenny Capizzi, Manager, Professional Services, MEDITECH
    This session will help you understand the fundamentals of EHR Excellence Toolkit Program.  You will learn how our new and existing EHR Toolkit topics provide your organization with the evidence-based guidance and embedded clinical decision support (CDS) to accelerate your quality improvement efforts. A high level summary of all of our EHR toolkits – those operational as well as those coming soon – will be presented. 

    Optimizing Home Medication Management (6.x, Expanse) (Chomsky)
    Hold On TransferOM Enhancements
    John Maedke, Analyst, Client Services, MEDITECH
    This session will feature a review of home medication management, including Hold on Discharge. We will review the use of nursing comments to communicate with admitting physicians, the mass update functionality for confirming and updating home medications, unit restrictions on oral liquid medications, and suppressing weight base strings.

    3:30 p.m.

    MEDITECH R.U.L.E.S. Database (All platforms) (Babbage East)
    Deborah Carrelas, Senior Analyst, Client Services, MEDITECH
    MEDITECH R.U.L.E.S. is a database of approved rules for common workflows and issues. During this session, we will review how to Search and View rules. We'll also highlight the ability to find and download rules, including those available with our MEDITECH Toolkits.

    Dialysis Management Roundtable (All platforms) (Chomsky)
    Audrey Premdas, RN, BSN, Clinical Informatics, Arrowhead Medical Center
    Ariana Scolaro, Supervisor, Client Services, MEDITECH

    Join us for a roundtable discussion on managing dialysis patients within the Patient Care System. Audrey Premdas from Arrowhead Regional Medical Center will share benefits her organization has seen, including significant improvements in safety, compliance, and medication management. 

    Making the Most of Your EHR: Opportunities for Optimization and Solutions (Expanse) (Babbage West)
    Jenni Peterson, RN, BSN, Clinical Integration, Avera Health
    Always be on the lookout for opportunities to optimize! Now LIVE with Expanse, Avera shares their approach to identifying areas of optimization and the mechanisms to deploy solutions in multiple care settings.

    Head of the Class: Engage, Educate, Empower (All platforms) (Bartik)
    Melissa Brady, Training Specialist, Client Services, MEDITECH
    Kayla Ryan, Senior Training Specialist, Client Services, MEDITECH

    During this session, you will play an active part in the ongoing conversation related to EHR education. MEDITECH hosts a library of e-Learnings, educational resources, and tools that are available to you – but are they being leveraged? Learn more about these tools and MEDITECH's plans around future EHR educational efforts. 

    4:30 p.m.

    Welcome Reception (Hypatia Ballroom)​
    Thank you to our sponsors, Engage and Zynx Health.

     

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  • Agenda

    All available presentations have been posted below.

    Thursday, June 13

    7:45 a.m.

    Breakfast and Registration (Hypatia Ballroom)​
    Vendor Gallery

    8 a.m.

    Nurse Leadership Breakfast
    Managing Organizational Transitions (Babbage East and West)​
    Judy Blauwet, DNP, MPH, BSN, FACHE, Chief Clinical Information Officer, Avera Health

    9 a.m.

    Welcome (Joanne Wood Auditorium)
    Cathy Turner, BSN, MBA, RN-BC, Associate Vice President, MEDITECH

    9:15 a.m.

    Keynote Address: Inspired Nurse (Joanne Wood Auditorium)
    Rich Bluni, RN, Senior Leader, National Speaker, Author, Studer Group, a Huron Solution
    See the Keynote tab for more information.

    10:30 a.m.

    Education Session 1
    See the Education Sessions tab for more information.

    11:30 a.m.

    Education Session 2
    See the Education Sessions tab for more information.

    12:15 p.m.

    Lunch (Hypatia Ballroom)
    Vendor Gallery

    1:15 p.m.

    Moderator:
    Susanne Durning, Senior Project Coordinator, Strategy, MEDITECH
    Panelists: 
    Joe Farr, RN, Clinical Applications Coordinator, King's Daughters Medical Center 
    Tanya Johnson, RN, BSN, Manager Clinical Informatics, Woman’s Hospital
    Cherie Falgoust, RN, BSN, Clinical Informaticist, Woman’s Hospital

    Maureen Curran, RN, Director of Clinical Informatics, Lawrence General Hospital

    2:15 p.m.

    Break

    2:45 p.m.

    Education Session 3
    See the Education Sessions tab for more information.

    3:45 p.m.

    Innovation Realized (Joanne Wood Auditorium)
    No presentation available.
    Cathy Turner, BSN, MBA, RN-BC, Associate Vice President, MEDITECH

    5:15 p.m.

    Networking Reception (Hypatia Ballroom)

    Friday, June 14

    7:45 a.m.

    Breakfast (Hypatia Ballroom)

    8 a.m.

    Welcome (Joanne Wood Auditorium)
    Cathy Turner, BSN, MBA, RN-BC, Associate Vice President, MEDITECH

    8:45 a.m.

    Keynote Address: The Nurse’s Role in Identifying and Responding to Human Trafficking (Joanne Wood Auditorium)
    Presentation coming soon.
    Jeri Moomaw, Founder and Executive Director, Innovations Human Trafficking Collaborative
    See the Keynote tab for more information.

    10 a.m.

    Education Session 4
    See the Education Sessions tab for more information.

    11 a.m.

    Preparing for a Joint Commission Survey (Joanne Wood Auditorium)
    No presentation available.
    Moderator:
    Cathy Turner, BSN, MBA, RN-BC, Associate Vice President, MEDITECH
    Panelists: 
    Nick Hammonds, RN, BSN, Director, Informatics, St. Claire HealthCare
    Barbie Malacaria, MS, RN, CCRN, Director Nursing Services, Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital
    Kim Maples, RN, BSN, CHTS-CP, IT Applications Manager, Carteret Health Care

    12 p.m.

    Closing Comments and Lunch (Hypatia Ballroom)

     

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  • Keynote

    Inspired Nurse
    Thursday, June 13 | 9:15 a.m.
    Rich Bluni, RN, Senior Leader, National Speaker, Author, Studer Group, a Huron Solution

    Nursing is one of the few professions that affords us the opportunity to impact lives on a profound level, not only physically but emotionally and spiritually as well. Yet the same qualities that make the nursing profession so deeply rewarding can also make it challenging to sustain energy and passion over time. Rich Bluni’s session, Inspired Nurse, aims to help nurses maintain and recapture those elusive qualities. His session will incorporate exercises and techniques to inspire you on your healthcare journey and help you feel more connected or re-connected to purpose, passion, and inspiration.

    Rich Bluni, RN is a senior leader and one of the most sought-after national speakers with Studer Group, a Huron Solution. He is also the best-selling author of the award-winning books Inspired Nurse, Inspired Journal, Oh No…Not More of That Fluffy Stuff!: The Power of Engagement, and Inspired Nurse Too. Having joined Huron’s Studer Group business in 2007, Rich brings a strong knowledge base of healthcare from both the frontline and leadership perspectives. He has presented to tens of thousands of people across the U.S. and Canada, frequently keynoting major conferences for hospital organizations, medical practices and universities. With 21 years of nursing, risk management, patient safety, and leadership experience, Mr. Bluni understands the challenges, joys, and value of purpose; worthwhile work; and making a difference in healthcare. 

    Learn more about Rich Bluni.


    The Nurse’s Role in Identifying and Responding to Human Trafficking
    Friday, June 14 | 8:45 a.m.
    Jeri Moomaw, Founder and Executive Director, Innovations Human Trafficking Collaborative

    As someone who has been personally impacted by human trafficking, Jeri Moomaw knows first-hand the toll it can take on individuals and their communities. She has made it her mission to assist survivors on their healing journey - which includes preparing community organizations and front-line health professionals with the necessary education and tools to respond to situations that may involve human trafficking and violence. This session aims to increase awareness of human trafficking from a public health record perspective, as well as impart strategies for clinicians to improve victim identification and support. 

    Jeri Moomaw is the founder and executive director for the Innovations Human Trafficking Collaborative, based in Olympia, Washington. Jeri serves as a consultant for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Blue Campaign and is a human trafficking subject matter expert for both the U.S. Department of Justice Office for Victim of Crime and the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office on Trafficking in Persons. In 2016, Jeri was awarded by the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs for her work in improving the lives of trafficking survivors. 

     

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  • Education Sessions

    All available presentations have been posted below.

    Session 1 | Thursday, June 13, 10:30 a.m.

    Early Sepsis Identification Starts in the Emergency Room (All platforms) (Bartik)
    Cheryl Panza, MSN, RN, CMSRN, Clinical Informatics Nurse, Monongahela Valley Hospital
    Early recognition of the sepsis triad is critical to ensuring a patient’s successful recovery. Learn about Monongahela Valley's process for screening all adult patients arriving in the emergency room, and how it has led to the timely implementation of their sepsis order set bundle.

    Implementing a Multidisciplinary Inpatient Wound Care Protocol (6.x, Expanse) (Babbage East) 
    Katrina Hobbs, RN, Clinical MEDITECH Core Leader, Hancock Regional Hospital
    Regardless of where the patient is being seen, continuity of wound treatment between care settings is vitally important to the patient’s recovery. This session will outline the standardization of wound treatments for patients and related physician notifications that can improve continuity.

    Improving Throughput of Surgical Patients (6.x, Expanse) (Chomsky)
    Carole Weinstein, Project Specialist, The Valley Hospital
    The Valley Hospital presents an overview of ways they have leveraged SUR Trackers to improve patient throughput and tracking (after replacing an external system). This includes linking pre-admission testing and operative appointments, tracking and expediting testing prior to surgery, and focusing on clinical issues identified via surveillance boards.

    Developing a Reliable Process for CLABSI Prevention (A “HiRO” package) (All platforms) (Cray)
    Jeff Battles, RN, BSN, Clinical Applications Analyst III, St. Bernards Healthcare
    Jessica Baltz, MSN, APRN, ACNS-BC, Clinical Nurse Specialist, St. Bernards Healthcare
    CLABSI cases lead to thousands of patient deaths per year, yet these infections can be easily prevented with the right knowledge and practices. Learn how St. Bernards Healthcare provides their nurses with the best practices to properly document and manage central line care and prevent infections.

    Data-Driven Insights into Sepsis Process Improvements (6.x, Expanse) (Babbage West)
    Kathleen Donofrio, RN, BSN, Clinical Application Analyst, Swedish Covenant Health
    Jonathan Bashford, Senior Programmer/Analyst, Professional Services, MEDITECH
    Daniel Seltzer, Senior Analyst, Professional Services, MEDITECH
    Kerri Nash, Project Manager, Professional Services, MEDITECH

    Hear from Swedish Covenant Health on their journey implementing an automated sepsis analytics tool using MEDITECH’s Business & Clinical Analytics (BCA). Learn how the power of BCA brought people, process, and technology together to help this organization measure sepsis outcomes, monitor EHR tools, and identify process improvement opportunities.  

    Session 2 | Thursday, June 13, 11:30 a.m.

    Early Sepsis Recognition in Home Care (All platforms) (Bartik)
    Cheryl Adams, RN, BSN, MBA, Home Health Administrator, At-Home Health Care​
    Mark Bassett, MAS, BSN, RN, Lead Software Designer, Client Services, MEDITECH

    In this session, we will review the condition of sepsis and how you can use home care IT tools to aid in the early recognition and treatment of sepsis patients.

    Labor and Delivery (Expanse) (Chomsky)
    Susanne Durning, Senior Project Coordinator, Strategy, MEDITECH
    Join us as we walk through the Labor and Delivery process in Expanse. Our focus will be on using the Labor and Delivery flowsheet for documentation, incorporating fetal monitor displays, and highlighting new functionality to better incorporate mother/baby concurrent views and data.

    Overview of New Continuing Care Initiatives (Expanse) (Boole)
    Tammy Odstrchel, Lead Software Designer, Product Development, MEDITECH
    Jessica Chartoff, Lead Software Designer, Product Development, MEDITECH
    Sheena Williams, Lead Software Tester, Product Development, MEDITECH

    Janice Burns, Senior Project Manager, Strategy, MEDITECH
    Learn about recent and future development impacting continuing care nurses. We will review recent enhancements to streamline the resident leave of absence process, as well as explore enhancing medication management in the continuing care setting. You will also see how your MEDITECH system will be updated to comply with the Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) used with the Resident Assessment Instrument 3.0. 

    Imaging Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC) via Clinical Decision Support (All platforms) (Babbage East) 
    Kim Maples, BSN, RN, IT Applications Manager, Carteret Health Care
    Imaging Appropriate Use Criteria regulatory measure goes into effect January 2020. Are you ready? Carteret Health Care will demonstrate the workflow in the ED and Outpatient areas. This session will outline what the measure entails, and help you understand the workflow and steps needed to implement the project. 

    Navigating Ordering Workflows in Surgical Services (6.x, Expanse) (Babbage West)
    No presentation available.
    Christine Yocum, RN, MSN, Clinical Manager of Informatics and Education​, The Surgical Hospital at Southwoods
    Join The Surgical Hospital at Southwoods as they discuss navigating ordering workflows throughout the surgical environment, beginning with externally received preoperative orders through specialized inpatient order sets – which are used by surgeons as well as anesthesiologists. Transfer and ambulatory orders will be included in the workflow, as well as custom tools to monitor the receipt of externally received orders. 

    Session 3 | Thursday, June 13, 2:45 p.m.

    Pam Crandall, Senior Marketing Solutions Manager, MEDITECH
    Our Population Health solution provides the tools to help effectively analyze trends and risks in your community, engage patients to actively participate in their care, and capitalize on patient data even beyond the EHR. 
     
    Obstetric Hemorrhage Risk Assessment & Management (All platforms) (Bartik)
    Chanda Casey, RN, BSN, Clinical Informatics Specialist, Randolph Health, Inc.
    Implementation of OB hemorrhage risk assessment and management of postpartum hemorrhage is difficult to integrate into normal workflow. Chanda Casey, RN, BSN, Clinical Informatics Specialist of Randolph Health, Inc., will demonstrate how to use available orders, physician and nursing documentation, and surveillance tools to measure hemorrhage risk, detection, compliance, and outcomes.
     
    An Integrated Home Care Solution (All platforms) (Boole)
    Michael Malone, Associate Vice President, MEDITECH
    Jeff Pereboom, Manager, Client Services, MEDITECH
    Mark Bassett, MAS, BSN, RN, Lead Software Designer, Client Services, MEDITECH
    Home Care drives business processes and guides decisions through intelligent, task-driven communication. Our software understands the home care environment and regulatory requirements surrounding it. As a result, it guides the appropriate users to perform the appropriate tasks efficiently and accurately — every time. As an integrated component of MEDITECH’s EHR, Home Health promotes the continuity of care by supporting timely treatment of patients’ conditions after discharge.
     
    Andrea Lucas, RN, BScN, MHS, CHE, Director of Professional Practice, Waypoint Centre for Mental Health
    Sarah Kipping, RN MSN, CPMHN(C), Director, Professional Practice and Clinical Information, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences

    Three of the four stand-alone psychiatric hospitals in Ontario partnered together to create a mental health cluster, sharing standardized practices as well as an electronic health record. This presentation will show how the partnership improved care planning and patient care outcomes by integrating evidence-based protocols, Resident Assessment Instruments (RAI-MH), and other assessments within the EHR. 
     
    NEWS2 and Sepsis in the National Health Service (All platforms) (Babbage West)
    Pauline Vickers, Clinical Transformation Manager, The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre
    NEWS2 is the latest version of the National Early Warning Score (NEWS), which advocates a system to standardize the assessment of, and response to, acute illness. NEWS2 has received formal endorsement from NHS England and NHS Improvement to become the early warning system for identifying acutely ill patients – including those with sepsis – in hospitals in England. Join Clatterbridge Cancer Centre as they outline how they built NEWS2 within the MEDITECH system to trigger guidance for clinical staff and warnings when scoring is high. 

    Session 4 | Friday, June 14, 10 a.m.

    Obstetrics in the Emergency Department (All platforms) (Bartik)
    Jeff Battles, RN, BSN, Clinical Applications Analyst III, St. Bernards Healthcare
    This session will cover the benefits of an obstetric emergency department, including elevating the standard of women's healthcare, increasing clinician satisfaction, and improving patient safety and satisfaction. In addition, you will learn how obstetrics in the ED can reduce treatment and patient wait times, as well as increase encounters and improved fee per encounter. 
     
    CommonWell Enrollment: How Interoperability Impacts Clinical Workflow (All platforms) (Babbage East)
    Presentation coming soon.
    Chris Giroux, Manager, Informatics, Data Management, and Integration Services, Northwestern Medical Center
    Pennie LaFlame, Systems Coordinator, Northwestern Medical Center
    Joe Wall, Manager, Professional Services, MEDITECH

    Interoperability is at the forefront of healthcare more than ever. National initiatives such as 21st Century Cures, Information Blocking rules, Trusted Exchange Framework, and Promoting Interoperability will require organizations to focus on their health information exchange strategy. Join us and learn how CommonWell Health Alliance aligns with these national initiatives, as well as hear from Northwestern Medical Center in St. Albans,VT about their experiences.
     
    Opioid Stewardship Toolkit (All platforms**) (Babbage West) 
    Daniel Seltzer, Senior Analyst, Professional Services, MEDITECH
    In response to the national opioid crisis, MEDITECH has developed an Opioid Stewardship Toolkit, which incorporates best practice workflows and clinical decision support (CDS) interventions aligned with the twelve CDC-recommended guidelines for prescribing opioids. During this session, we will demonstrate workflows and CDS interventions, and provide an opportunity for discussion and feedback.
     
    **The content for this Toolkit session was developed and is offered in the Expanse platform and as such some functionality is unique to Expanse. The workflows demonstrated can be adapted for MAGIC, Client/Server, and 6.x.
     
    Audrey Premdas, RN, BSN, Clinical Informatics, Arrowhead Medical Center
    Homelessness is among the most significant social determinants of health, yet many healthcare organizations struggle with a means to verify these patients are receiving the care they need. States like California are now taking matters into their own hands and requiring hospitals to follow documented policies when discharging homeless patients - including providing appropriate medicine, meals, screenings, clothing, transportation, and coordination with social and behavioral services. Will other states follow suit? Learn how Arrowhead Regional Medical Center is incorporating social determinants like homelessness into their population health and discharge strategy, and see its impact on nursing workflow.
     
    Antimicrobial Stewardship (All platforms**) (Chomsky) 
    Kelly Lippold, RN, MSN, Director of Health Informatics, Newton Medical Center
    Alysha Metcalf-Grant, Senior Analyst, Professional Services, MEDITECH
    MEDITECH’s evidence-based Antimicrobial Stewardship program can support your organization in the identification and monitoring of patients on antibiotic therapy. Antimicrobial Stewardship is aligned with the CDC's Action, Tracking, and Reporting Core Elements, and provides standard content embedded within MEDITECH Expanse. Join us to learn how implementing this toolkit can benefit your organization.
     
    **The content for this Toolkit session was developed and is offered in the Expanse platform and as such some functionality is unique to Expanse. The workflows demonstrated can be adapted for MAGIC, Client/Server, and 6.x.

     

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  • Vendors

    Special thanks to all our vendors! Be sure to stop by their tables at the event.

    ACS MediHealth logo

    For more than 34 years, ACS MediHealth has empowered their customers with cost-effective quality products, supplies, and services they need to improve their patients' health and well-being. ACS MediHealth is committed to empowering caregivers to improve lives by giving them real-time access to patient information through technology.

    DrFirst logo

    DrFirst pioneers software solutions and services that provide real-time access to patient data, improve communication and collaboration at the point of care as well as across the patient’s circle of caregivers, and enhance the doctor’s clinical view of the patient to help drive better health outcomes.

    First Databank logo

    First Databank (FDB) is the leading provider of drug knowledge that helps healthcare professionals to make precise, medication-related decisions at the point of care. With thousands of hospital customers throughout North America and more than three decades of experience, FDB delivers drug formulary data and clinical screening solutions that help improve patient safety, quality and healthcare outcomes.

    Forward Advantage logo

    Forward Advantage understands that the ability to rapidly access and exchange information is critical to providing quality patient care. For over 20 years, we have worked with customers to develop solutions that streamline provider workflows and support the information exchange needs of an increasingly mobile workforce. Our offerings include single sign-on, mobile device access, secure messaging, automated report distribution, two-factor authentication for e-prescribing, mobile apps for patient engagement and solutions that improve provider productivity and technology adoption. Forward Advantage also offers SSO to MEDITECH's Nursing Point of Care and Mobile Device Access solutions for an optimal clinical workflow.

    The Steve Holmes Group logo

    The Steve Holmes Group provides expertise and assistance to ensure that all your mobility needs are met. We provide all the necessary hardware, implementation and training so that your solutions are seamless, and your implementation is very comfortable for your IT staff as well as end users. We have been providing barcoding, printing, and implementation assistance with MEDITECH for over 30 years. 

    ZynxInside™ provides MEDITECH Expanse integration of focused evidence-based content, including order sets and plans of care that span multiple disciplines and are optimized for MEDITECH use. Fully vetted by practicing physicians/clinicians, this embedded content helps to reduce time required by the client to build and gain consensus, which expedites the Advanced Clinical go-LIVE. All ZynxInside clients are assigned a dedicated Zynx Health™ project team that uses proven best practices and processes to guide implementation.

     

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