Care Planning

Coordinated Care Across the Continuum

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The highest ranked care planning solution in the 2018 Best in KLAS®: Software & Services Report

Elsevier Care Planning is the industry’s only EHR-based care planning solution that combines the patient story, more than 500 evidence-based clinical practice guidelines and standardized assessments into one patient-centered plan of care across all care settings and disciplines.

Elsevier’s pre-built Care Planning solution assures seamless integration with a well-established implementation and adoption methodology.

Co-creating the best places to give and receive care

Elsevier Care Planning is the industry’s only EHR-based care planning solution that combines the patient story, more than 500 evidence-based clinical practice guidelines and standardised assessments into one patient-centered plan of care across all care settings and disciplines.

Elsevier’s pre-built Care Planning solution assures seamless integration with a well-established implementation and adoption methodology.

Care planning can be integrated into virtually any EHR

The care fragmentation experienced by patients today is rooted in ineffective transitions of care due to the lack of a shared “patient story” and a longitudinal plan of care that can be shared among interprofessional team members when patients transition from one care setting to another.

Effective longitudinal care coordination and care planning requires a comprehensive approach to guide the total culture transformation required to create new care delivery methodologies to decrease fragmentation and improve patient outcomes.

Our evidence-based content is the most up-to-date, complete and trusted in the industry

Our Care Planning is based on the Elsevier Clinical Practice Model Framework that provides guidance on the “how” to address the behaviors and tools to transform culture and practice to support the patient, family, community and caregiver.

Unlike other solutions, our clinical practice guidelines are the foundation of the plan of care. This means clinicians can apply the evidence, at the point of care, to support decision making.

  • Focused on preventing potentials problems and omissions of care.
  • Developed following a rigorous evidence-based process, as well as seek review and validation from clinicians from all different specialties.
  • Support the scope of practice of each discipline and the interprofessional team enhancing consistency in care and promoting top of license clinical practice.