Impactful Innovation Exchange
The Impactful Innovation Exchange is a comprehensive platform where changemakers can search for emerging and/or proven innovations to solve health care problems.
Innovations included in this exchange must:
- Seek to positively impact at least one component of the Triple Aim (improvements in population health, experience of care, & per capita cost) without negatively impacting the other components
- Fall within Cambia Grove's Impactful Innovation Process (please click process arrows below to learn about each stage)
How to use this resource to search for an innovation:
- Search by keywords associated with the problem you are trying to solve (e.g. diabetes management, interoperability, etc.)
- Use the filters below to refine your results
Category of Innovation
Intended End User
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systems with disparate EHRs by establishing an intermediate software platform that utilizes AI (Artificial
Intelligence) and APIs (Application Program Interfaces). The software named, ProView, is a cloud-based
software that assembles and displays the relevant clinical issues across multiple platforms, enabling
providers to rapidly assimilate information without having to flip through pages on different EHRs. The
software establishes a bridge that pulls from the current EHR and external EHRs (within or outside the
health system) to create an intermediate platform that provides a comprehensive view of the patient's
health records. As a result, the physician has a more comprehensive view of patient information, and it
increases face-to-face interaction between the patient and provider, all while decreasing screen time for
providers through systematic suggestions that is produced by the AI. Additionally, our service includes
EHR integration and business process streamlining to improve efficiency, encourage interoperability,
improve quality of care, and reduce administrative costs through the elimination of medical redundancies.
MedForums gathers data associated with the formal and informal education accessed by healthcare providers. This data informs education content producers, government agencies, credentialing bodies, health systems, telehealth, insurance, pharma, advertisers, employers, and patient focused technologies.
Factors that we consider include budget, location, specialty needs, modality, and traits of mental health provider.