As the health and care ecosystem becomes more joined-up, is your ICS looking for innovative ways to bridge information and communication gaps during transitions of care? Digital processes and platforms that enable successful care transitions better support patients and close feedback loops between providers.
The path forward is digital. Here is your roadmap.
Step 1: Make the Case for Change
Multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) do not have immediate access to downstream services or their availability. Across health and care, it is difficult to identify and place patients into the best care package or care home based on patient preference and need.
Step 2: Identify Information Gaps
WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW, HURTS PATIENTS & SYSTEM EFFICIENCIES.
The services clinicians do know about and can access are typically just a fraction of all services present and available within any given ICS.
Step 3: Streamline Processes with Digital Workflows
INTRODUCING STRATA PATHWAYS
Strata PathWays is a robust, system-wide platform that connects all actors within an ICS, so that
MDTs can quickly leverage services offered, access criteria required, capacity of services, and a single referral system to manage transitions of care.
Our software transforms cumbersome and outdated referral processes into an easy-to-use digital platform designed to automate patient flow.
Step 4: Advance Digitally Enabled Integrated Care Systems
This joined up digital process can be applied not only to LTC beds, but to ALL services across a patch. ‘Any to Any’ assessment, triage, and eReferral, provides a fully connected transfer of care system for health, social care, third sector, and others.
Step 5: Seamlessly Join-Up Disparate EPR Systems
Strata PathWays integrates directly with most EPR Systems, including NHS ERS, allowing providers to securely access and share patient records for more coordinated, efficient care.
BY DIGITISING TRANSITIONS OF CARE, AN ICS WILL HAVE:
- More health and care options,
- More complexity around native EPR / case management systems,
- And added operational boundaries across wider area systems.