Think Research Announces Technical Update Providing Easily Ingestible Clinical Content for Cerner
TORONTO, /CNW/ - Think Research (the "Company"), a leading digital healthcare platform provider, today announced enhanced capabilities in delivering evidence-based clinical content to Cerner Millennium customers through Cerner PowerPlans, Care Sets, and Patient Care Plans.
For years, Think Research has brought value to various Electronic Health Record (EHR) platforms through its Entrypoint application as well as through delivery directly into Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) systems.
This enhanced integration ensures that client implementations can be delivered in a streamlined manner as the Company looks to scale its offering across the hundreds of hospitals looking to fill a clinical gap in their EHR deployments.
"With over 45 Cerner clients currently using Think Research's Order Sets," says Brynne Eaton-Auva'a, VP of Business Development at Think Research, "we have had significant experience understanding what it takes from both a clinical and technical perspective to make sure our Cerner clients have the best possible clinical content at their fingertips, within their workflows."
Think Research's Order Sets are one of several clinical applications that help bring the latest in evidence-based best practice treatments to the bedside. Order Sets are designed to fit naturally into each healthcare organization's unique workflow, allowing clinicians to access information quickly and seamlessly.
Think Research's work with Cerner will extend this capability, and the resulting data insights, to a larger clinical base around the world.
About Think Research
Think Research's mission is to organize the world's health knowledge, so everyone gets the best care. The company takes the ever-growing body of clinical evidence and health care algorithms to create software applications that drive high-quality clinical decision making. Think Research's solutions are provided through a secure, multi-application platform that is used by clinicians and patients at the point of care and is deployed in over 1,100 facilities in Canada, the US and the EU, impacting millions of patients annually.
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