Appian Talks Podcast: Appian and Bits In Glass, Working Together to Improve Patient Outcomes
April 12, 2019
In 2019, numerous technology trends are emerging in the healthcare space many focused on ways to improve patient outcomes.
Recently, I had the pleasure of chatting with David Hauser from Appian partner Bits In Glass to discuss what we're seeing in healthcare this year and how connected health, including both patient and clinician engagement, is at the heart of what's to come.
As traditional EMR vendors converge with connected technologies like Appian the trend of siloed systems are fading away to clear the path for connected applications that can work together. This utilization of interoperability helps ease patient interactions and significantly improve communication. This includes the more widely-accepted standards, implementation and usage of HL7, FHIR, and more SOAP and RESTful-based API integrations. With Appian's low-code platform, this interoperability is simpler to implement.
Equipped with Appian's easy to use, intuitive design and unified data on a single screen, healthcare organizations can serve their patients faster and cut down on the lag time that arises when many parties are involved in a single patient's care.
I invite you to have a listen to the latest episode of "Appian Talks" to hear how we're working hand-in-hand with Bits In Glass to bring solutions to both healthcare provider and payer organizations. Through this partnership, we are helping to ensure appropriate levels of patient care are being administered throughout the healthcare continuum in the most cost-effective way.
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