Connecting the behavioral health ecosystem
Today, healthcare is an ecosystem, and for it to work well, that ecosystem needs to be highly interconnected. In days past, when we thought about “integration” technologies, we envisioned connecting systems like registration and laboratory inside the four walls of a hospital or clinic. But today, our needs have evolved, and we need to connect participants across the healthcare landscape in new and creative ways.
A great example of this is Tridiuum. Tridiuum is a provider of digital behavioral health solutions providing actionable insights at the point of care to its partners and clients, which range from individual providers to large health systems.
It’s no secret that behavioral habits, adherence to medication and care plans, and issues such as anxiety and substance abuse, greatly affect health and outcomes. This is an issue for individuals, and one that can tax our overall industry and society.
With Cloverleaf embedded in its solution, Tridiuum streamlines the connection between its own behavioral health solution and the client’s EHR. Working together, the solution enables the immediate extraction of crucial information needed by caregivers to identify patterns and trends that affect treatment and protocols.
Tridiuum estimates it assesses 4,000 patients daily, or 1.2 million annually. Some 2,500 physicians in 600 clinical facilities benefit from Triduum’s connected behavioral health solution in their regular course of patient care daily.
Beyond clinics and facilities, Tridiuum uses Cloverleaf for other areas of care coordination, including communications with tumor registries and other medical databases. Because outcomes are also affected by patient adherence to medications and appointment attendance, that is also integrated into the Tridiuum platform.
The power of Cloverleaf to continue to create a more connected and efficient healthcare ecosystem, and impact the core mission of patient care, continues to evolve. To see how it is working at Tridiuum, you can read more here.
Jerry Rankin, Strategy Director, Interoperability, Infor