Technology Can Play Powerful Role as Hospitals Continue Move to Value-Based Care

“We’ve long advocated for technology’s role in moving the industry from one concerned about the quantity of services to one more resolute about patient health outcomes and the quality of care that caregivers provide. This shift will benefit everyone involved, from patients to caregivers to the insti

As value-based care replaces the previous volume-based care standard among America’s hospitals, the president of Amplion Clinical Communication, Frank Grant, has a message.

“Technology is one of the best tools in making that transformation truly effective for patients and their families, nursing teams and all healthcare providers. Embracing it fully can be one of the smartest moves hospitals and patient experience executives will ever make.”

The audience for his comments? Attendees at the 11th Annual Fall Health 2.0 national conference, to be held October 1-4 in Santa Clara, California.

“The healthcare industry is in the throes of one of the greatest revolutions ever and Health 2.0 is the premier stage for companies like Amplion to demonstrate the power of innovative technology in transitioning the nation’s healthcare system from volume to value,” Grant said in discussing what he’ll tell attendees at the conference. “We’ve long advocated for technology’s role in moving the industry from one concerned about the quantity of services to one more resolute about patient health outcomes and the quality of care that caregivers provide. This shift will benefit everyone involved, from patients to caregivers to the institutions where that care happens. We’re looking forward to demonstrating technology’s impact in that move.”

An industry disrupter that combines next-gen clinical communications technologies to transition healthcare into the emerging real-time health system (RTHS), Amplion Clinical Communications is converting the traditional nurse call system into one that helps clinical teams make more data-driven decisions about patient care. The Amplion Alert platform has helped hospitals close care loops and improve both clinical and financial performance, as well as enhance patient safety and experience.

Launched in 2007, Health 2.0 has grown dramatically into a digital health media company and global movement…

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