New Uses of Information Technology to Advance the Missions of the Department of Medicine
Ideas on Selected as Finalist
Ideas (4 total)
Team: Sara Murray, Michelle Mourad, Jinoos Yazdany, Maria Otto
We’ve developed a novel, low-code application that organizes and contextualizes healthcare processes into a care pathway map, so that all users – from the healthcare team to the patient – are aware and accountable for the healthcare plan. This involves the distillation of main healthcare processes into a kit-of-parts of “Actions and Nodes” which organizes workflows, tasks, manipulated objects (e.g. documents and records), roles, and agents into a timeline of tasks, dependencies, and results. This inherently flexible application transforms the volume of data for an individual into a coherent patient story. It also creates a powerful tool that can be used to optimize workflows, clinical care, and patient engagement.
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