Inefficient board administration due to dispersed and incomplete case data
43 minutes wasted each day due to inefficient systems and workflows while communicating and consulting with colleagues as well as completing documentation.1
Collaboration across institutions is expensive, time consuming, and burdensome
However, 96% of oncologists said that the overall benefit to patients was worth the time and effort spent.2
Multispecialty collaboration is required (by law) for precise diagnosis and improved treatment
In the use case of tumor boards, 27% of patients had some change in tumor diagnosis, stage, or treatment plan after the case had been presented to a board.3
Clinical Conferences enables efficient, coordinated, and digital board workflows with seamless data flow.
Clinical Conferences reduces the financial, travel, and administrative burden of cross-institutional boards, allowing healthcare providers to bring in their expertise for more patients. Multidisciplinary collaboration supports validated treatment decisions and better care outcomes – which ultimately increase patient satisfaction.
Moving data not the patient
Clinical Conferences empowers you to efficiently manage board workflows thanks to:
- Seamless access to all available patient data across institutional boundaries.
Digitalized board management to reduce organizational burdens and administrative paperwork.
Case study breast cancer board
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Ponemon Institute© Research Report: “The Imprivata Report on the Economic Impact of Inefficient Communications in Healthcare”, 2014
Wheless, S. A., McKinney, K. A., & Zanation, A. M. (2010). A prospective study of the clinical impact of a multidisciplinary head and neck tumor board. Otolaryngology-head and neck surgery:
American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 143(5), 650–654