Point of Care Decision Support Announces New Software Release for Anticoagulation (AC) Software
Clinical Decision Support Software Version 2.0 Adds New Features, Improves Performance and Supports CMS Reimbursement Requirements
St. Paul, MN. (April 18, 2018) Point of Care Decision Support (PCDS), leaders in the development and implementation of anticoagulation clinical decision support software announce today the release of a new version (2.0) of their AC software. The application was developed with leading clinical thrombosis experts to specifically address the new and complex challenges of managing both warfarin and non-vitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulants (NOACs), and enables healthcare provider teams to deliver consistent, measurable and evidence-based quality of care for patients on anticoagulants.
Key benefits to healthcare practitioners that electronically document care for patients on an oral anticoagulant therapy include:
Stephen Hart, Vice President of Development said, “The functionality and data-driven approach to of our AC software continues to evolve based on industry needs and demands. With Point of Care AC 2.0, we transform the anticoagulant patient care process with evidence-based guidelines providing a validated electronic clinical decision support tool that can assist in patient anticoagulant therapy improvement.” Hart added, "The PCDS team of developers strive to build tools which can help clinicians be more productive. A primary goal of the platform is for it to be easy to use and not difficult to learn. UI workflow interactions should provide only the relevant data for the task at hand and finishing that task should only take a minute and be a click away."
Point of Care Decision Support will be demonstrating AC 2.0 at the upcoming AC Forum Boot Camp for physicians, nurses and pharmacists that work with patients on oral anticoagulant therapies in Austin, Texas, April 23-24.
About Point of Care Decision Support
Point of Care Decision Support, LLC (PCDS) is a healthcare software company driving healthcare quality across the continuum of care. With its Dynamic Decision Support Platform as a core anchor, PCDS builds intuitive healthcare tools that measure and improve the quality of patient care, provide real-time data and analysis, and have a meaningful and measurable return on investment. Interoperable with all major EMR systems, the applications easily integrate new technology with existing investments, reducing implementation and operating costs. PCDS believes that the complexity of patient care can be captured in a clear and meaningful way, enabling informed decision-making throughout the coordination and management of care. Visit www.ptofcare.com to learn more about their anticoagulation (AC), asthma and other chronic disease applications in their solutions portfolio.