News | June 06, 2014

Kettering Health Network Selects ProVation Order Sets Decision Support Software

June 6, 2014 — Wolters Kluwer Health announced that Kettering Health Network has selected ProVation Order Sets, powered by UpToDate Decision Support, as its clinical content management system.

A central component of a healthcare organization’s care quality and core measures improvement strategy, ProVation Order Sets improves patient outcomes and quality of care by providing evidence-based order set templates co-developed with the editors of UpToDate. Customers achieve a return on investment through lower costs of care and the efficiencies of an intelligent clinical content management system. ProVation Order Sets also contains more than 11,000 unbreakable links to UpToDate, the resource of choice for more than 850,000 users worldwide.

Serving patients in the Greater Dayton and northern Cincinnati regions of Ohio, Kettering Health Network is a faith-based, not-for-profit health system that improves quality of life through healthcare and education. The Network has seven hospitals, eight ERs and more than 75 outpatient facilities.

“Clinical content strategies that address standardization of the latest industry evidence at the point of care are paramount to success within the new risk-bearing, performance-based healthcare landscape,” said David Del Toro, vice president and general manager, Clinical Documentation, Wolters Kluwer Health, Clinical Solutions. “We are pleased that ProVation Order Sets has been chosen by a leading healthcare system like Kettering Health as its clinical decision support solution to drive quality improvement for enhanced care delivery and outcomes.”

For more information: www.wolterskluwerhealth.com

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