Published Papers

Remaking Healthcare with Systems of Engagement and Systems of Intellgence

The EHR adoption process has been largely successful. For many hospitals, however, the touted benefits have not materialized. Many physicians and patients think healthcare is as inefficient as ever. Software companies are moving to fill this gap with Systems of Engagement.

Interoperability in the PeriOperative Suite: Promise and Reality

In recent years, hospitals have made great strides in the adoption of electronic health records (EHR). As of 2014, 76% of all hosptals in the United States were employing an EHR system to manage clinical information (American Hospital Association, 2015).  The perioperative staff is now looking for improvements to their workflow and work environment from these electronic systems, seeking patient-safety focused integration of information carefully selected from the growing flood of electronic data.

LiveData, Inc: Improving the Quality of Patient Care and Lowering Costs in the Perioperative Suite

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), The Joint Commission, the National Quality Forum, and the World Health Organization are among the world bodies that are developing patient-safety standards.

Outperform the Competition: Hospital Value-Based Purchasing; Patient Safety Quality Healthcare

Competition to capture the highest incentive payments from the Medicare Hospital Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Program is going to be very tight.

Hospital Checklists: Transforming Evidence-Based Care and Patient Safety Protocols into Routine Practice

Healthcare checklists are gaining momentum, particularly since the World Health Organization’s Safe Surgery Saves Lives Program published results of its study in 2009, indicating that a safety checklist significantly improved surgical outcomes in hospitals across the world.

Getting Connected for Patient Safety

How Medical Device "Plug-and-Play" Interoperability Can Make a Difference

Clinical Dashboards Impact on Workflow, Care Quality, and Patient Safety

The ability to retrieve and synchronize data is essential for both clinical documentation and real-time problem solving for individual patients and the intensive care unit population as a whole.

Computer Automated Total Perioperative Situational Awareness and Safety Systems,

From the time a patient enters the surgical arena until the time they leave, a tremendous data stream is produced.

Setting a Research Agenda for Perioperative Systems Designs

When our workgroup assembled to create this white paper, we originally intended to focus on how the physical infrastructure of the surgical workspace supported the surgical procedures that occur therein.

A Model Business Case for LiveData OR-Dashboard with Active Time Out

Active Time Out (ATO) is designed to assist the OR team in managing the surgical safety checklist.