Improve Patient Outcomes
Studies have shown that the effective use of checklists and decision support tools in healthcare has a substantial effect. This improves patient outcomes and reduce medical litigation. In many cases, these checklists and decision trees are paper based and are difficult to access and to use in practice. Using LearnLodes's integrated knowledge base and decision support system, checklists and decision support tools can be quickly and easily deployed in healthcare settings to improve patient outcomes.
The use of checklists and memory-aids in clinical pathways has been shown to improve the quality of medical care.
Ensure Compliance With Standards
Today Healthcare providers are increasingly subject to clinical audits by standard bodies. How can you ensure that the protocols are being followed, and are not just sitting on a shelf? How can you prove it? Using our decision support system to encode globally standard practices such as NICE guidelines or hospital specific protocals can make them easy for clinicians to use. Every click is tracked and can be tied to a patient record, so you can audit what protocols were followed, for whom, and when.
Reduce Patient Readmissions
Poor patient information is a key driver of costly patient readmissions. Patients who leave without understanding what they need to do to manage their illnesses keep coming back. Deploying LearnLode as a patient information platform can help to ensure that you can quickly and easily provide appropriate and relevant information to patients. Using our assessment tool, you can evaluate how good a patient's understanding is and whether they need additional support.
Promote Best Practice
Information overload is a critical issue in healthcare and best practices continue to evolve. Using our knowledge base, clinical team leads can ensure their staff have instant access to the information that they need to do their jobs, without time lost searching for updates. LearnLode can help to ensure that clinical best practice and procedures can be standardised and rolled out when and where they are needed to provide the best possible patient care.