The team redesigned the MU Healthe patient portal to meet the industry standards for look and feel.
Our Clinical Communications System features closed loop referral communications via e-fax for all MU Health Care referring providers.
Language Service Link to Ascom phones permits nurses to engage interpreters at the bedside using the phones they carry for the nurse call system. This solutions meets the need of being able to communicate with a patient immediately when providing care.
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University of Missouri Health Care has been recognized for the fifth consecutive year as one of the nation’s “Most Wired” health systems, according to the 2015 Most Wired Survey. The survey was released in the July issue of the American Hospital Association’s “Hospitals & Health Networks” magazine.
Most Wired hospitals were determined by the annual Most Wired Survey, which recognizes top hospitals and health systems in the country that are making progress in the adoption of health information technology specific to the areas of infrastructure, business and administrative management, clinical quality and safety, and clinical integration. To achieve Most Wired designation, hospitals must make continuous advancements in the implementation of new technology.
Allows existing patients of the health care system to self-enroll for an MU Healthe account online, giving them access to online scheduling, provider notes, and other benefits of the patient portal.
The MoodTrek Overview Mpage displays the patient-entered mood, activity, sleep, and journal entries to the provider as a component within a patient’s chart. This enables providers to properly assess medication effectiveness by reviewing mood trends since the patient was last seen.
Update: As of October 31, there were 31 active providers, 91 patients invited to share their information and engage with the application, and 49 patient charts populating with information supplied via the Android MoodTrek application.
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KANSAS CITY and COLUMBIA, Mo. ― After nearly two decades of collaboration to shape University of Missouri Health Care into a national leader in health information technology, the University of Missouri (MU) and Cerner (Nasdaq: CERN), a global leader in health care technology, today announced plans to extend their relationship through 2025.
- Scheduling appointments — Patients continue to take advantage of the online appointment scheduling that MU Healthe offers. They can search for appointments with the specialty and the provider that they want and book the appointment which best fits their schedule. Now, nearly 500 new appointments are scheduled each month through MU Healthe. The no-show rate for appointments scheduled through MU Healthe is 5% — less than half the rate for traditionally scheduled appointments.
- Virtual visits — We continue to pilot scheduled video visits and asynchronous messaging eVisits with plans to expand the provider base to encourage wider
adoption. For example, the Department of Dermatology will soon have all of its providers available for patients to select for eVisits. With this technology,
our providers can provide faster care to patients and keep clinic appointments open for patients who truly need to see the provider in person.Video visits are now embedded in the HealtheLife app for outpatients and the PowerChart Touch Ambulatory app for providers. The video visit can now be 100% mobile for portal account holders that have an Apple iPhone.
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