Helping patients get listed for transplant faster.

Rochester, N.Y., July 26, 2022 – eHealth Technologies, an innovator in retrieving and transforming complex medical records into actionable data for clinicians, is sponsoring the upcoming National Critical Issues Forum hosted by the Organ Donation and Transplantation Alliance. The conference takes place in Orlando from September 15-16, 2022.

“As an advocate level sponsor, we are committed to helping the health care community develop solutions and processes that streamline and advance the delivery of life-altering care,” said Dan Torrens, eHealth Technologies CEO. “More importantly, we are using advanced services and technology to get transplant patients listed faster.”

The health care system is overly complicated and messy – but it doesn’t have to be.

By untangling the intake process for patients and physicians, eHealth Technologies is expediting medical record review — including images and pathology material where appropriate– providing physicians a complete searchable data set completely indexed (clinically optimized) for more meaningful appointments.

Imagine needing an organ transplant and you have to compile your medical records from a variety of providers.

In 2022, people should no longer be tasked with collecting their own medical records, it’s an unnecessary burden, especially when they are under stress. Physicians and their care teams also should be allowed to focus solely on direct patient care, not paperwork.

Time is a precious commodity that shouldn’t be wasted on tasks and processes that can be outsourced or automated. “That’s where we step in,” says Torrens. “We provide clinical teams a completely indexed set of records that can be readily uploaded into a patient’s medical record prior to that crucial first evaluation.”

What you get by partnering with eHealth Technologies:

  • A shortened intake process
  • More comprehensive pre-appointment evaluations
  • Less need to hire extra intake staff
  • Leveraging of reimbursable costs

 

About eHealth Technologies

eHealth Technologies is a leading health care technology company that advances the delivery of life-altering care.

We help to provide fast and seamless access to health care for patients by collecting medical records, test results, and images and organizing them so that physicians have the information they need to provide superior care in a timely manner – in a fast, easy-to-use, digital format.

Our team members take great pride in working behind the scenes to help millions of patients benefit from faster access to lifesaving medical services ranging from cancer care to organ transplants to emergency care.

Visit www.eHealthTechnologies.com. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

 

About National Critical Issues Forum

The 2022 National Critical Issues Forum will convene current and emerging leaders to explore the regulatory shifts, economic challenges, staffing pressures, and the need to incorporate novel technical innovations into organ donation and transplantation practices. A principal objective of this forum is to provide participants with the necessary skills to turn challenges into opportunities and adverse or challenging environments into performance improvement endeavors. Visit https://www.organdonationalliance.org/events/national-critical-issues-forum/

 

About the Organ Donation and Transplantation Alliance

The Organ Donation and Transplantation Alliance (“The Alliance”) delivers relevant, targeted, and scalable learning solutions for the organ donation and transplantation community of practice – including organ procurement organizations, transplant centers and programs, and hospitals where donations occur. By convening members across the community of practice, it is a platform to identify emerging concepts and innovative practices, and cascading resources and educational programs of transformational quality and value. The Alliance is not a membership organization, but partners with leading organizations across the continuum to advance a shared mission to save and heal lives through organ donation and transplantation.

 

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NRG Communications

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