Physician Collaboration Solutions
Achieving Improved Quality and Economics of Healthcare
In today's connected world the mandate to achieve improved quality and economics of healthcare is both more achievable and harder to obtain than ever, given the complexity and volume of information. Diagnostics drive more than 70% of medical decisions, but are now vastly complicated by the amount of information that needs to be taken into consideration and the number of stakeholders involved. Medicine today is a collaborative, data-intensive, multi-episodic enterprise that involves providers, payors, and patients.
Physician Collaboration & Clinical Data Management
Deliver on the promise of Connected Health. XIFIN ProNet enables consolidated storage, sharing, and usage of clinical and financial images and information with a web-based enterprise class data repository and integrated workflows. Organizations use ProNet to achieve success on many fronts:
XIFIN ProNet Applications
XIFIN ProNet applications deliver targeted workflows and functionality to address specific program needs
Eliminate Silos and Transform Data into Actionable Information
XIFIN ProNet’s central web-based vendor-neutral, standards-based approach to managing images and their associated information across multiple disparate systems eliminates network silos and enables collaboration across disciplines.
Collaboration and coordination of care is a conduit for population health management and will enable healthcare organizations to deliver better patient outcomes by consolidating and analyzing data allowing for proactive strategies and interventions to be deployed to defined patient groups across the continuum of care to improve quality of care. The changing healthcare paradigm creates opportunities for new entrants into the marketplace to provide technologies that enable new patient care models which will in turn enable value-based propositions.
Did You Know?
Diagnostic Tests are Overutilized - 50%
Diagnostic Tests are Underutilized - 20%
Recommended Level of Care Received by Half of Americans - 55%
Team Solutions: Healthcare Team Members
Blockbuster drugs are a thing of the past. The market is exploding with new precision therapies that are shown to result in better outcomes for patients. Yet these drugs too often are not accessible to ideal candidates. One reason for this is the inherent complexity of targeted drug therapies. Candidates for precision drugs must be identified and redirected to appropriate trials, which relies on researchers’ ability to amass and analyze unprecedented amounts of genomic and clinical data. Coordination and collaboration are paramount and requires appropriate technological tools.
Did You Know?
Team Solutions: BioPharma/Study Team Members
XIFIN ProNet Architecture
XIFIN ProNet is the physician collaboration and clinical data management piece of XIFIN’s Health Economics Optimization platform. It enables the integration and exchange of information, with robust content management, use case-specific workflows, and flexible, integrated reporting. The XIFIN ProNet architecture includes a number of back-end services that provide the operating system for a robust, decoupled, content management and workflow information exchange. All services are deployed via a SaaS environment. Data is uploaded to XIFIN ProNet using a proprietary image uploading capability and custom integration services from a number of different HIT sources. Data is then stored, accessed, shared, annotated, and leveraged in a variety of workflows. Information is consolidated and viewed on a user-friendly dashboard from any workstation using a web browser.
In the XIFIN ProNet environment, data is consumed from multiple disparate systems. The information is populated into workflow configurations that address specific value-based care initiatives, such as consultations, MDT meetings, reporting, and personalized medicine. A data integrator pulls relevant information into provided configurable reporting templates. The now-actionable images and data are provided to the end user, such as the oncologist or principal investigator for care coordination use.
XIFIN ProNet: A Connected Health Approach
Connected health is the systematic application of healthcare IT to facilitate the accessing and sharing of information, as well as subsequent analysis of health data. More than simple management and analysis of data, connected health encourages communication and collaboration among all of the various stakeholders involved in a patient’s health. With their focus on facilitating the cloud-based exchange of diagnostic images, clinical data, and other patient encounter information, XIFIN ProNet applications epitomize connected health.
The XIFIN ProNet collaboration and clinical data management solution presents a holistic view of the patient through integration and exchange of data that otherwise resides in siloed, disparate systems. XIFIN ProNet makes this content usable in collaborative workflow applications and consolidated reports.
Image Collaboration and Clinical Data Management Present Unique Requirements
The information healthcare stakeholders rely on to diagnose, treat, measure progress, and otherwise make clinical decisions takes many forms and is scattered across multiple hospital, laboratory, billing, and healthcare system repositories. Diagnostic images alone span multiple modalities and degrees of complexity. As the healthcare system continues to become more byzantine, taking maximum advantage of this data is critical. Providers find themselves needing to collaborate across departments, organizations, and disciplines, and they need HIPAA compliant, secure systems to facilitate their collaboration and ensure continuity of care.
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Medical Advisory Board
The XIFIN Medical Advisory Board provides industry perspective and strategic counsel, impacting XIFIN product and market strategy.
|Dr. B. Alan Rampy Associate Professor, Pathology Education, Dell Medical School, The University of Texas at Austin 332 /about-xifin/medical-advisory-board/dr-b-alan-rampy||Dr. David Frishberg Vice Chair, Anatomic Pathology, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center 333 /about-xifin/medical-advisory-board/dr-david-frishberg||Dr. David McClintock Medical Director, Pathology Informatics, University of Chicago Medicine 334 /about-xifin/medical-advisory-board/dr-david-mcclintock||Dr. Julie Wu Pathologist, Kaiser Permanente 335 /about-xifin/medical-advisory-board/dr-julie-wu||Dr. Michael Feldman Medical Director, Pathology Informatics 336 /medical-advisory-board/dr-michael-feldman|