Advisory and program/project leadership services are aimed at helping vendors and health systems successfully implement and manage various healthcare technologies, required for the buildout and deployment of an Operational Command and Control Center Performance Platform (OCCCPP), Patient Orchestration, Digital Twin, Remote Patient Monitoring and Management (RPM) with embedded AI and Analytics and Asset/Facilities Management & Monitoring.
The Operational Command and Control Center Performance Platform (OCCCPP) is a central hub for healthcare organizations to coordinate and manage all operational dynamics and all aspects of patient care across the entire healthcare system. This includes continuity of care orchestration, monitoring patient flows, identifying capacity constraints, managing patient care pathways facilities and asset monitoring and management, facilities monitoring and management, 911 Call Center integration, patient transport integration remote patient monitoring, and hospital-at-home services.
Patient Orchestration is a process that helps healthcare organizations manage patient care by coordinating and synchronizing patient journeys across the care continuum. This includes identifying and addressing patient needs, facilitating communication and collaboration among care team members, and providing personalized care plans.
Digital Twin is a virtual replica of a physical object or system, such as an ambulatory clinic, hospital or clinic, or even an entire health system. It can be used to simulate and optimize various aspects of healthcare operations, such as patient flows, resource utilization, equipment maintenance, coordination of care, clinician collaboration, and communication.
Remote Patient Monitoring and Management (RPM) with embedded AI and Analytics is a technology that enables healthcare organizations to remotely monitor and manage patient health, using sensors, wearables, and other digital devices. This technology can provide real-time data on patient health, identify potential health risks, and enable healthcare providers to intervene before a health issue becomes more serious.
Asset/Facilities Management and Monitoring refers to the management of physical assets, equipment, and resources within healthcare facilities and campuses, including remote monitoring, tracking, and management including intrusion detection and OS update services for any connected device maintenance, repair, and replacement. This includes managing the continuity of care across various settings, including ambulatory, acute, remote, and hospital at home.
The advisory and program/project leadership services for these technologies typically include the following:
Overall, these services are designed to help lead vendors and health systems in both delivering and deploying an Operational Command and Control Center Performance Platform (OCCCPP) successfully, and managing these advanced healthcare technologies across the continuity of care, improving patient outcomes and reducing costs and increasing the organization’s bottom line performance against KPI’s identified.