Introducing Automatable Clinical Guidelines

Clinical Guidelines are the knowledge sources of modern evidence-based medicine and Clinical Decision Support (CDS) systems. But what if the clinical guidance document could not only be consumable by clinicians but by computers systems as well? The same document, offering clear interpretation and course of actions to both care providers and the computer systems supporting them.

Such automated Clinical Guidelines can help solve some of the major US health industry challenges, including the difficulty to measure outcomes, the increasing complexity of care, and siloed data.

Trisotech’s vision is shaking the foundations of the Health IT sector. As one of the founding members of the Business Process Management for Healthcare (BPM+ Health) community, Trisotech helped produce the first version of a Field Guide aimed at organizations producing, consuming and deploying automatable Clinical Guidelines.

Based on visual modeling notations and interoperability open standards (like FHIR, CDS Hooks and OPEN API), the Trisotech platform allows for clinical, business and technical resources to create automatable clinical guidelines, shareable clinical pathways and clinical decision support systems.

This innovative approach enables care providers to improve the precision and compliance with best practices, resulting in better implementations and quality of care.

Trisotech clients use the Digital Enterprise Suite’s modeling and automation capabilities to become:

MODEL-DRIVEN | DECISION-FIRST | PATIENT-CENTRIC

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Introducing the Field Guide to Shareable Clinical Pathways

This Field Guide focuses on a model-based approach to define the workflow of care and decision-making at the level of granularity that reveals information needs. The approach of this Field Guide is to apply standard techniques for business process modeling and for decision modeling that are proven for other industries and apply them to the distinct aspects of the workflow of care and decision-making.

Trisotech is disrupting the Healthcare Information Technology Market

Trisotech is disrupting the Healthcare Information Technology Market by empowering the development of visual shareable clinical guidelines and pathways to tear down the wall that exists between clinicians and informaticians. To enable this disruption, Trisotech offers clinicians a simple to use modeling environment where workflows and decision logics are visually created by the Subject Matter Experts (SME) themselves. This puts clinicians squarely at the heart of the solution.

Implementation of CDS using Decision Model and Notation

The healthcare industry has been trying for years to reduce the burden of implementing quality measurement, clinical decision support (CDS), and clinical pathways to improve the quality of care and lower costs. Clinical Informaticists and other healthcare subject matter experts spend inordinate amounts of time (and frustration) attempting to communicate clinical logic to programmers, not only in implementation, but across the entire lifecycle developing a measure, CDS logic, or any other healthcare analytic.

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Object Management Group Technical Meeting Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, Nashville, TN September 23-27, 2019

Introducing a Comprehensive Library of Shareable DMN Clinical Decisions Services

By John Svirbely, Medical Algorithm Co. and Denis Gagne, Trisotech

The goal of the BPM+ Health initiative is to accelerate the availability of industry-wide Sharable Clinical Pathways by reducing the communication barrier existing between clinicians and informaticians. The proposed solution will leverage a set of international standards from the OMG, namely BPMN, CMMN and DMN, known together as BPM+.
The success of the BPM+ Health initiative will be measured by the availability and adoption of its services. The communication barrier is being addressed via a “Field Guide” which provides methods and style recommendations to create unambiguous clinical guidelines. Wide availability of existing BPM+ models will drive adoption.
In this presentation we will introduce a comprehensive library of DMN clinical decisions services. These services can be easily consumed via API in any application. This initial catalogue of DMN decisions services covers a wide range of clinical algorithms of general interest to clinicians.

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HIMSS Health 2.0 Annual Conference
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Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA
September 16-18, 2019
The Hive Start-Up Alley, Booth SU1

Create automatable Clinical Guidelines using the Digital Enterprise Suite!

Based on visual modeling notations and other interoperability open standards (like FHIR, CDS Hooks and OPEN API), the Trisotech platform allows for clinical, business and technical resources to create automatable clinical guidelines, shareable clinical pathways and clinical decision support systems.
Come meet us to see how this innovative practice enables care providers to improve the precision and compliance with best practices, resulting in better implementations and quality of care.

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Ontario Health IT Conference 2
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The Toronto Congress Centre, Toronto, ON
October 3, 2019
Expo floor, Booth #1

Create automatable Clinical Guidelines using the Digital Enterprise Suite!

Based on visual modeling notations and other interoperability open standards (like FHIR, CDS Hooks and OPEN API), the Trisotech platform allows for clinical, business and technical resources to create automatable clinical guidelines, shareable clinical pathways and clinical decision support systems.
Come meet us to see how this innovative practice enables care providers to improve the precision and compliance with best practices, resulting in better implementations and quality of care.

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