A.D.A.M. Patient Engagement Solutions for Epic Customers
A.D.A.M. Health Content Integrated with EpicCare, MyChart and MyChart Bedside
Patients trust you for their healthcare needs; who do you trust to provide the most
up-to-date health information? Now you can join the leading hospitals and healthcare
organizations that trust A.D.A.M.'s award-winning content that's easy for clinicians
to find and deliver directly from the EpicCare electronic medical record (EMR).
Plus, A.D.A.M. content is integrated with Epic's MyChart and MyChart Bedside to
help patients make sense of their medical data.
Your caregivers and staff will gain instant access to clinically accurate, easy-to-understand
health and medical information on diseases, surgeries, tests and more from more
than 8,800 continually updated health articles and more than 3,000 full-color illustrations.
You will also gain access to content that is consistent throughout the continuum
of care, with the patient pre-care, self-care and discharge solution that can be
accessed within EpicCare and MyChart.
Upon admission to the hospital, your patients can access their own medical records,
test results, vital signs and patient educational videos and information using the
interactive MyChart Bedside app on any mobile device. Integrated with A.D.A.M.'s
patient education video and animation content, MyChart Bedside helps patients to
improve their own health, reduce the cost of customer service and provide a vital
communication link to support accountable care.
Patient education and discharge instructions can be accessed via Clinical References.
Clinicians can access A.D.A.M. consumer health articles within the EpicCare workflow
via the pre-populated topics.
Patient education and discharge instructions can be accessed via Infobutton or via
Patient Assignment, which could be integrated into the After Visit Summary (AVS)
depending on your implementation. Content can be accessed directly from within the
patient appointment details area and within MyChart Patient Portal.
For MyChart Bedside
Patient education and discharge instructions can be accessed using the interactive
MyChart Bedside app on any mobile device.
A.D.A.M. Health Content Integrated with EpicCare, MyChart and MyChart Bedside:
Maximizes patient understanding with detailed explanations and award-winning images,
videos and animation from a source you can trust.
Helps your organization save time and money by streamlining consultations.
Supports informed consent, The Joint Commission and HFAP requirements.
Integrates and deploys easily.
Helps deliver on Meaningful Use by engaging patients and their families.
A.D.A.M.'s complete suite of interactive health content is designed to improve patient
education, engagement and health-related outcomes.
Thank you for your interest in A.D.A.M.'s comprehensive patient engagement solutions
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