The project is another step in Orlando Health's overall strategy to improve the patient experience by reducing care gaps and strengthening communications between clinicians inside and outside of its network.
"We are transforming every touch point in the customer experience across the continuum of care," said Novlet Mattis, Chief Information Officer, Orlando Health. "The objective of this partnership is to reduce burdensome processes and enable greater collaboration among clinicians. The innovative ThinkAndor platform from Andor Health will extend our comprehensive health records (CHR) system, which we're launching next summer, to facilitate mobile information sharing so physicians and nurses can focus even more on caring for every patient."
Orlando Health will also utilize ThinkAndor to automate the notification of primary care providers (PCP) within 24 hours of patient admission and the delivery of discharge summaries to those PCPs as required by House Bill 843, a Florida law that went into effect on July 1, 2019.
"Andor Health is proud to partner with Orlando Health to improve clinical workflow efficiency and physician engagement," said Marlin Hutchens, President of Andor Health. "Our ThinkAndor solution will allow the more immediate, omnichannel exchange of information to drive better care team collaboration while ensuring regulatory compliance."
At Andor Health, our mission is to change the way care teams connect and collaborate. By harnessing machine and human intelligence, our cloud-based platform unlocks data stored in electronic medical records to deliver real-time actionable intelligence to care teams – both inside and outside of their enterprise. By optimizing communication workflows, our solutions accelerate time to treatment, decrease clinician burnout, and drive better patient outcomes. For more information, visit Andor Health or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.