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Adventist Health System Partners with Stanson Health

Adventist Health System has partnered with Stanson Health, a health technology company supporting medical providers in real time at the point of care. This will enable our clinical decision support (CDS) solutions within the electronic health record (EHR) across the Adventist Health System. This partnership will enable providers to access highly validated, evidence-based recommendations and CDS analysis.

“Stanson’s technology solutions are already live in some of our largest inpatient and ambulatory care settings and we’re now expanding their usage across our entire system,” said Adventist Health System Chief Medical Information Officer Qammer Bokhari, MD. “Medical knowledge and technological capabilities are compounding at a rapid rate. Stanson is on the forefront pairing Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence capabilities with evidence-based guidelines. This will help provide additional support to our care teams by bringing meaningful, real-time clinical decision support to help provide the best care possible.”

The suite of Stanson Health tools that will be deployed across several more areas of inpatient and ambulatory EHRs includes:

Stanson’s Core Content library of proven, well-curated clinical interventions, Stanson’s PAMA-compliant mechanism for imaging decision support, and Stanson’s Iris Analytics, which enables rich CDS insights of Stanson and homegrown content.

“Our providers have responded really well to Stanson’s clinical decision support because it uses patient-specific clinical data from the chart to make recommendations,” said Adventist Health System Chief Medical Information Officer for Ambulatory Solutions Shelly Nash, MD. “It presents to them in their workflow as a helpful, actionable ‘nudge’ and we’ve seen great follow-rates and adherence to these important guidelines. Stanson’s analytics show the individualized clinician response, and leadership has been able to use the data to inform their feedback, which further drives adherence to these health system measures.” Read more in the official press release here.