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Medicomp debuts latest point-of-care decision support tool at HIMSS17

The new system delivers optimized EHR data for physicians that is easy to digest and promotes new levels of clinical insights, the vendor says.
By Bill Siwicki
12:20 PM
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Medicomp CEO Dave Lareau

Medicomp Systems, a patient data systems vendor, unveiled at HIMSS17 Quippe Clinical Lens, the company’s newest point-of-care decision support tool.

The new system delivers optimized EHR data for physicians that is easy to digest and promotes new levels of clinical insights, the vendor said. Meridian Medical Management has incorporated Quippe Clinical Lens into its EHR.

Quippe Clinical Lens is a web-based application that can be added to any EHR or health information exchange with the aim of making sense of data from multiple encounters across systems, Medicomp said. It’s the latest addition to the Quippe suite of systems, which is designed to deliver longitudinal patient information within a problem-oriented clinical view. It mirrors the way physicians think and work to drive optimal patient outcomes.

“The Quippe Clinical Lens solution is designed to help doctors quickly see exactly the information they need at the point of care, allowing them to concentrate efforts on specific problems and eliminate other clinical static,” said Medicomp CEO Dave Lareau. “Clinical Lens accepts data from any and all sources using accepted standards and then presents clinicians with a problem-oriented view of all the relevant clinical data for any known or suspected disease state.”

Clinical Lens is powered by the same engine that lies at the core of Quippe Physician Documentation and Quippe Nursing Documentation. The Quippe platform enables usable clinical documentation that meets all compliance and reporting requirements and allows clinicians to make sense of all available clinical data, the vendor explained. Quippe modules can be added to systems to give doctors and nurses a set of documentation and patient care tools.

The Quippe platform includes functionality to help providers comply with new MIPS/MACRA regulations by prompting physicians at the point of care when additional tests or orders may be necessary for compliance with quality measures, the vendor added.

 


This article is part of our ongoing coverage of HIMSS17. Visit Destination HIMSS17 for previews, reporting live from the show floor and after the conference.


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