When the basics won't do: Align clinical and medication decisions

Unwarranted care variation exists within most provider organizations, and represents a $20M‒$30M (per $1B in revenue) actionable savings opportunity for a typical organization.

When members of your care teams — physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and pharmacists — look up clinical information on disparate and unconnected resources, care suffers. The result? Unwanted variability in care, costly disconnects between team members, and confused or even dissatisfied patients.

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