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What are the benefits of an integrated approach to healthcare delivery?



Automated medical and integrated healthcare solutions comprise multiple digital solutions that provide a harmonious and consistent patient experience. Let us find out how.
An integrated approach to administering patient services is modern healthcare delivery. Combining several discrete services, and managing the transition from one service to another, is the best way to render quality healthcare using integrated healthcare solutions. Some healthcare organizations and medical centers do it manually, while others do it in an automated fashion. The best way, however, is the latter approach.

Why do manual integrated healthcare systems fail?
Healthcare organizations try to offer an integrated approach to patient care using outdated integrated healthcare solutions. Information is shared amongst medical practitioners in medical centers on a patient. But instead of sharing digital information, paper-based files are shared. A comprehensive treatment plan includes the patient's social, psychological, and biological needs – but this information is inconsistent, and different departments have different versions. Further aggravating the issue of poorly integrated medical solutions is the lack of coordination between hospitals, physicians, insurance departments, and post-acute services, to name a few. Although the healthcare organization provides a broad set of inpatient and outpatient healthcare, under the constant effort to offer an integrated healthcare experience, lack of automation denies this.

How can automated, integrated healthcare solutions help hospital chains offer integrated healthcare?
Automated medical and comprise multiple digital solutions that provide a unified and consistent patient experience. The typical constituents of an integrated healthcare solution are:

1. Enterprise healthcare applications
Essential healthcare solutions such as enterprise systems that address healthcare providers' workflow, administrative, and operational complexities come under this category. These are integrated integrate-able, robust, scalable, and cloud-based systems. They are designed to be deployed in various deployment environments, and they are created to solve complex healthcare delivery and patient management problems.

2. Consulting
Automated consulting or tele-consulting is a way to theorize, conceptualize, implement, and maintain online and offline processes in an integrated healthcare delivery chain. The consultants can be domain experts, medical practitioners, or industry experts.
The aspects consulted on by integrated health solutions consulting are hospital administration workflow, patient care, patient transition management, document management, and practitioner management. Consulting services go hand-in-hand with enterprise healthcare application creation, given that what is discovered in the former is created as solutions in the latter.

3. Integration support
Healthcare providers have incomplete automated solutions because these automated solutions do not have integration with standardized healthcare data and associated formats. Common integrations for often overlooked are HL7, EDI X12, EHR, ERP, MU2 compliance, healthcare application, healthcare system, and RFID data integrations.

4. Analytics
Insurance claims and healthcare analytics are essential healthcare solutions that help gain valuable insights into insurance claims, insurance processes, and healthcare workflows. An integrated solution must have a robust analytics infrastructure either in integrations or built-in. Ideally, the solution must be adaptive based on artificial intelligence, data science, and machine learning.

Conclusion
Integrated healthcare solutions with cent percent automation, cloud-based, and based on open standards for modular and integrate-able are the game changers for healthcare organizations. Integrated healthcare solution providers should have this technology, vision, and expertise to transform healthcare organizations.

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