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EHR data integration

EHRs allow healthcare professionals the ability to quickly organize and share health information to facilitate sound medical decisions. Nevertheless, this abundance of information may cause confusion and biases. EHRs can adversely affect clinical care by providing users with too much information, thereby diffusing the importance of essential information and over-emphasizing pieces of less important information.

We automate and streamline the clinician’s workflow and provide the ability to generate a complete record of a clinical patient encounter – as well as supporting other care-related activities directly or indirectly via interface – including evidence-based decision support, quality management, and outcomes reporting

Natural Language Processing (NLP) modules

Free text fields are often used in EHRs to facilitate rapid data entry by clinicians. These free text items create a major limitation because of the inability to reliably access the vast amount of clinical information that is locked in. Our NLP module offers the solution to transform unstructured data into clinical insight.

Software as a Service

There is no need for an expensive and time consuming ‘implementation’ of our software. It is simply available over the cloud. We only charge per report so you do not get burdened with fixed costs.

Research evidence

We provide peer-reviewed rigorously researched and validated clinical guidelines for primary and ambulatory care linked to the best available evidence. Continuously updated, the Pythia Healthcare research team follows the latest developments in clinical medicine and brings evidence into practice.

Our guidelines are based on research evidence and designed to provide you with the information that you need, for the specific patient under consideration for the specific diagnosis being considered in real time.

Our platform simply pulls the information using HL7 and the underlying EHR system so the physician does not even have to request the report.

Designed for use at the point of care, the guidelines are delivered in a report format directly to the clinician’s mailbox or even integrated into the patient record for the clinician to make a decision regarding treatment.