Inappropriate testing and over-diagnosis of C. diff is a significant problem that leads to organizational over-reporting.
LogicStream Health C. diff Infection Reduction Software guides users to appropriate workflows and enable monitoring of variation in ordering habits.
Care guidelines are frequently changing and the general body of clinical knowledge is constantly growing, making it difficult for individual clinicians to keep up, and even more challenging for health systems to ensure their EHR content is up-to-date. Updated guidance must be added and outdated order sets removed to eliminate unnecessary care variations and ensure clinicians are following best practices for patient care. LogicStream Health’s Clinical Process Modules help health systems to speed the process of removing outdated information from the EHR and replacing it with current guidance to drive key clinical processes.
Using these modules, health systems have achieved significant results, including:
Clostridium difficile (C. diff) is a major source of hospital-acquired infection leading to excess morbidity, mortality and healthcare expenditure. Inappropriate testing and over-diagnosis of the infection also is a significant problem that leads to organizational over-reporting of C. diff cases and diversion of needed infection prevention and quality improvement resources. The LogicStream Health C. Diff Clinical Process Module enables health systems to:
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