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Extend Clinical Documentation Improvement with Perioperative Documentation

“User friendliness, maintaining quality guidelines, conducting assessments and time stamping are all features that go toward improved efficiency, and that’s something everyone looks at these days. There are constantly new changes and regulations coming in, and ProVation has given us the ability to keep up with those changes and see that every revision needed is made.”

Heidi Hunter-Nelson, RN
Nurse Manager
Walnut Creek Endoscopy Center

Drive More Efficient Workflows and Increase Patient Throughput

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Streamline Perioperative Documentation

Automatically collect vitals monitor information, scheduling data and patient demographics from other IT systems for thorough documentation.

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Optimize Clinical Efficiency

Connectivity with front and back office systems delivers seamless data sharing to streamline workflows, increase patient throughput, and cut the risk of data entry errors.

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Improve Financial Performance

Reduce the time and costs associated with documentation and reporting while maximizing reimbursements.

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Services and Support

Get up and running with efficient implementations and receive world-class technical support with regular software and content updates.

Electronic perioperative documentation delivers key advantages

  • Centralizes data collection with a single, patient-centric documentation system
  • Enables compliance with regulatory bodies including The Joint Commission, AAAHC, CMS, and the office of the Inspector General
  • Provides accurate charge capture for procedures, medications and supplies used
  • Allows staff to electronically complete and sign all required point of care documentation
  • Supports quality initiatives with a dedicated tool for robust data reporting

Insights

Procedure and perioperative documentation delivers thorough reporting, streamlined workflow and documentation for physicians, nurses and anesthesiologists.