StayWell, a health empowerment company announced several leading health system partners have contracted to offer Krames On FHIR. Using SMART On FHIR technologies, the application integrates directly into the health system’s electronic health record (EHR) and seamlessly into the clinician’s workflow. Its connectivity enables access to award-winning patient education tools at the point of care based on the patient’s health condition, medical visit, language, and literacy level.
Recent StayWell Krames On FHIR partners includes Baystate Health; CoxHealth; Houston Methodist Health System; Nebraska Medicine; North Mississippi Health Services; Oklahoma Heart Hospital; and Saint Luke’s Health System (Kansas City, Mo.).
Value of Krames On FHIR
The adoption of Smart ON FHIR technologies for patient education is one rise, according to news from StayWell, a health empowerment company, released today. Imagine a clinician being able to “prescribe” digital, video and printed health materials to patients. Not only does this improve patient comprehension, but also enables physicians to assess how patients are utilizing the information to better meet their needs and ensure the best possible outcomes.
Krames On FHIR Features
Krames On FHIR key features and benefits include:
– EHR integration and access – Fast and flexible delivery solution built right into the clinician’s existing workflow, with no extra login required, makes finding and sharing educational content simple.
– Customizable content – Suggested educational materials with the ability to personalize by age, gender, and native language support patient comprehension while meeting Meaningful Use requirements.
– Boosted resource efficiency – User-friendly technology with automatic updates saves IT departments up to 30 hours per quarter while keeping content up to date. No more monthly IT uploads.
– Increased continuity of care – Enables clinicians to monitor educational tools and videos accessed by patients to glean actionable insights and follow-up as necessary.
In addition, continued enhancements to Krames On FHIR for the provider and payer markets, including integration with new EHR workflows — care planning and population health — will be available in 2019. Additional features will include a patient engagement dashboard with an interactive questionnaire designed to continually monitor patient progress and usage of shared educational resources. This actionable insight will enable providers to make more informed and timely treatment modifications.
“With the continued growth of our partnerships, we’re thrilled to experience first-hand how Krames On FHIR is positively impacting providers and patients alike,” said Nicole Latimer, StayWell CEO. “Industry research shows that health literacy is directly tied to health outcomes. Leveraging Krames On FHIR, providers now can instantly access and share the most up-to-date personalized health information — from printable handouts to videos and other digital content — in an easy-to-understand format, designed to not only improve patient comprehension, but to also assess how patients are utilizing the information to better meet their needs and ensure the best possible outcomes.”