From the Desk of Clearissa Coward’s Command Center
Will Quartz Clinical Improve Your Healthcare?
Healthcare is a touchy subject for some and a scary subject for others. With the cost of healthcare skyrocketing and the lack of healthcare for many Americans, the subject of Healthcare can be taboo.
How about we take a step back and perhaps look at how technology may have a positive effect on the current state of our healthcare system?
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Did you play the “what if” game as a child? I certainly did and we are going to play again right now.
Technology could help your healthcare professionals understand more about you as an individual before you went in for surgery? What if that information could be the catalyst as to whether your surgery went off without a hitch or there were complications post-surgery that bounced you back into the hospital? And what if that same technology could save you, the patient and the medical center money as well? Sound miraculous? Well, that is exactly what Quartz Clinical is offering to hospitals, clinics, and medical staffs in general.
What is Quartz Clinical you ask? Well according to The Surgisphere Corporation, Quartz Clinical, is a cloud-based healthcare data analytics platform that will enhance performance improvement in hospitals, clinics and doctor’s offices. Based on The Surgisphere Corporation’s research, Quartz Clinical provides a performance improvement rate of 81%. Not bad. Not bad at all.
The use of Quartz Clinical is encouraging because it promises personalized medicine. For example, it is my understanding that if you needed to have surgery, your physician(s) would enter your personal information, medical history, home life circumstances, etc., into the cloud-based system, the system would compare the different scenarios based on your personal information. Once all scenarios are considered, the system would choose the procedure that would best suit your circumstances to avoid a negative outcome. These choices could possibly avoid complications and a possible re-admittance into the hospital.
It is that type of technology that could save money for both hospitals as well as the consumer. But more importantly, it could save lives, and have a positive effect on the quality of life for patients.
Is this something you would like your medical professionals to research? It is certainly something I would hope my doctor(s) are aware of. I hope they will research this new technology to determine if it may be a good fit for their practice and/or hospital.
So what do you think? Do you think it is possible to predict how a patient will respond to surgery post operation even before the surgery takes place?
I say it is worth the research. How about you? Should doctors look into the effectiveness of this new technology?
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