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Closing the Prediction Value Gap with Actions

Posted by Paul Evavold on Jun 11, 2019 10:04:25 AM

Operationalizing Prediction Situation

As healthcare organizations continue to implement new and advanced predictive analytics throughout their systems, identifying potential at-risk patients - sepsis patients, or patients with high potential for readmission, for example - becomes standard procedure; operationalizing the data these analytic tools discover now becomes the focus.

Prediction is a substantial advancement in healthcare operations. However, predicting patient status by itself is not impactful, nor worthwhile, without an associated operational protocol that intervenes based on that prediction. Knowing you may have ten patients at risk for sepsis is a huge leap forward, now how do I ensure these patients remain safe and healthy? Someone must do something, in the appropriate order, in a prescribed time-frame. Is this being done?

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Topics: Situational Awareness, The Cognitive Enterprise, Design Thinking, Edgility Design

No finished office? No problem for Embarc Collective

Posted by Heather Ramadoss on May 9, 2019 10:48:48 AM

Edgility is excited to be a part of Embarc Collective

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Topics: The Cognitive Enterprise, Embarc Collective

Peer to Peer: The Framework for Thinking and Learning Systems

Posted by Chris Halsema on Apr 16, 2019 2:05:40 PM

Everything in the universe, from galaxies and solar systems to rain-forests and colonies of simple-cell organisms, behaves as a peer to peer network. Cultures, societies, and families form, survive and endure on the peer to peer framework. Not uncoincidentally, the human brain operates on the peer to peer model. A neural network model to be precise - neurons, the basic unit of the brain, connecting to form a vast mesh network. The brain is peer to peer at its finest. Nature does not operate on a centralized or hierarchical system of organization, data collection, dissemination, and communication.

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Topics: Situational Awareness, The Cognitive Enterprise, Edgility Design

Design Thinking in Healthcare

Posted by Chris Wenders on Apr 3, 2019 1:06:38 PM

The hottest buzz in Silicon Valley around problem-solving is not a technology but rather a philosophy – Design Thinking. Design Thinking is an intuitive approach to problem-solving that allows for an expansive understanding of the different solutions before converging on the best solution.

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Topics: The Joy of Practicing Medicine, The Cognitive Enterprise, Air Traffic Control, Design Thinking, Edgility Design

Edgility - A Cognitive Healthcare Company

Posted by Heather Ramadoss on Mar 21, 2019 11:32:25 AM
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Topics: Situational Awareness, The Cognitive Enterprise, Outcomes as a Service #OaaS, Air Traffic Control

Discharge As A Service

Posted by Paul Evavold on Mar 21, 2019 10:49:35 AM

Experience the Joy of Practicing Medicine® with Discharge as a Service

Situation

There is perhaps no easier way to slow the throughput of your hospital than by stumbling through an ineffective discharge process. Inefficient and drawn-out discharges arise naturally out of competing staff priorities and process variations. These effectively reduce the physician’s and nurses’ ability to readily coordinate discharges. Each disjointed operational and logistical variation becomes the responsibility of yet another care giver to manage - distracting everyone from the joy of practicing medicine.

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Topics: Discharge as a Service, The Joy of Practicing Medicine, Situational Awareness, The Cognitive Enterprise, Outcomes as a Service #OaaS, Air Traffic Control

Edgility - Enabling A Cognitive Enterprise

Edgility brings situational-awareness to organizations in order to improve outcomes and eliminate low value workflows from high value assets through a technology platform that incorporates artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA).

 

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