LogicStream Exhibits at 2016 AMDIS Physician-Computer Connection Symposium

Clinical process measurement will be on display at the LogicStream Health booth June 21 to 24 at the 2016 AMDIS Physician-Computer Connection Symposium in Ojai, California. The 2016 AMDIS conference is focused on ‘defining the latest issues and advances in the direct physician use of healthcare information systems and technology.’

LogicStream will deliver demonstrations to attendees to show the opportunity clinical process measurement offers health systems focused on understanding and improving care delivery, outcomes and reducing the cost of health care.

“We’re really looking forward to speaking with and learning from the attendees,” said Tim Kuebelbeck, executive vice president, LogicStream Health. “So many of the CMIOs we talk to quickly grasp the strategic value in the work we’re doing with our clients. As a result they instantly recognize how our platform could help them solve critical problems they’re working on every day.”

Those problems include a number of hospital acquired conditions (HACs) such as CAUTI and CLABSI. LogicStream clients have seen drastic reductions in the rates of HACs following implementation. In addition, the platform manages the enormous volume of content in the electronic health record. The platform also identifies opportunities for cost savings, especially as it relates to high-cost medications.

2016 AMDIS ojai valley inn spa“Implementation of the electronic health record was a great first step in delivering a higher level of care,” said Kuebelbeck. “However, the EHR was designed as a tool to gather and store information. The LogicStream Platform allows health systems to measure the proper, or sometimes improper, clinical process captured by the EHR. It does the work the EHR was never designed to do.”

A number of companies specialize in analytics, reporting, alerts, clinical decision support or data visualization. LogicStream brings all those capabilities together into one solution that answers complicated questions and solves critical health system problems.

Tim Kuebelbeck and Kevin Nash, vice president of sales, will be present throughout the 2016 AMDIS conference to deliver demonstrations of the LogicStream platform. To schedule a demonstration you can contact Scott Olson at

About LogicStream Health

LogicStream Health improves healthcare outcomes, patient/provider satisfaction and financial performance through clinical process measurement. The LogicStream Platform delivers results to health systems by reducing unnecessary care variation and provides the ability to monitor the care delivery process in a robust manner. With a strong and experienced team focused on innovation, LogicStream provides a scalable and sustainable method to improve the quality and reduce the cost of healthcare. For more information, visit