Oracle Health Emergency Medicine emergency department information system helps emergency department (ED) clinicians document patient care, streamline patient and departmental throughput, and realize appropriate charge capture for facility, injection, and infusion charges. From door to discharge, emergency medicine solutions provide ED clinicians with the information and tools they need to streamline patient care and patient throughput.
Support accurate charge capture and streamline the review of facility and professional evaluation and management (E/M) and infusion and injection (I&I) administration charges with our charge capture solutions.
Accurately bill for infusion, injection, and hydration services during observation and outpatient-in-a-bed visits.
Key benefits of Observation Infusion and Injection Charge Automation
Accurately capture facility, professional, and infusion and injection administration charges for ED and urgent care (UC) patient visits.
Key benefits of our facility charge capture solution
With emergent event trauma documentation, clinicians can capture documentation during a trauma in a single view, eliminating the need to toggle between multiple views. The enhanced user experience helps clinicians focus more on monitoring patient care and less on documentation. Clinicians can document interventions, medications, assessments, the patient’s body map, and more—all within one view.
Nursing documentation within our Oracle Health Emergency Medicine solution is tailored specifically for emergency nurses. The documentation modules help nursing staff quickly and thoroughly complete relevant charting. ED LaunchPoint also gives nurses the tools to efficiently complete activity-based documentation.
Dynamic documentation promotes patient care by helping ED clinicians automate the creation of physician notes, aggregating care documentation within the patient’s chart, and enabling clinicians to enter relevant information at any point during care delivery using advanced autotext and voice recognition capabilities. Physicians can track the status of their notes—and notes from other physicians—directly from ED LaunchPoint.
The discharge workflow helps organizations streamline the discharge process for clinicians by completing the patient education and follow-up processes as part of the workflow and automatically displaying patient education and follow-up information in the physician note.
ED LaunchPoint provides a clinician-focused view for managing assigned patients and monitoring all patients within the ED. The intuitive tracking board gives ED clinicians a single location to view critical patient information in near real time and facilitate handoffs.
The results callback tool enables clinicians to expedite the follow-up process for discharged patients when their test results become available. It streamlines communication between all the clinicians involved in the follow-up process and generates a comprehensive document that captures and tracks all follow-up steps.
Emergency departments can view department-level and zone-level data up front, giving staff quick access to accurate and up-to-date unit metrics.
The ED dashboard pushes alerts and sends information to department managers to inform bed management, staffing, and other decisions that ultimately drive throughput and patient satisfaction. For example, you can set up push alerts based on an automatic calculation of your National Emergency Department Overcrowding Scale (NEDOCS) score to help you monitor overcrowding. The dashboard also makes it easy to identify workflow delays.
Operational reports provide streamlined reporting across a single EHR domain, with the ability to customize, localize, and export reports.
ED LaunchPoint was revelatory for our urgent care providers. It is refreshingly easy to use and provides immediate feedback on time to doctor or overall length of stay. It was designed for efficient chart review and quicker evaluations.
Chase Shutak Clinical Informaticist and Primary Care Pediatrician, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota