Orlando Health

IBM Watson Health helps Orlando Health build a clinically integrated network to help promote a healthier community

Based in Orlando, Florida, Orlando Health is one of the state’s most comprehensive private, not for profit healthcare networks. Its 1,780- bed family of eight hospitals serves nearly 2 million Central Florida residents and roughly 4,500 international visitors annually in keeping with the city’s reputation as a major tourist center.

Orlando Health wanted to meet its goals for population health and value-based billing. For this they needed to automate patient engagement and unlock patient data across all clinical systems; however, this meant manually scanning through millions of records or relying on outdated claims data. Instead they implemented the IBM Watson Health™ platform. Read the full case study of the Journey Orlando Health took with IBM Watson Health.

E-Book Part 1:

Key Changes To Drive Patients Experience

In part one of our 2018 Insights E-Book, we ask representatives from Canada’s leading healthcare organizations to share their perspective on what are the key elements which need to change or be implemented for the continually and meaningfully engage with patients.
The questions we asked in Part 1:

  1. Making Patient Experience synonymous with Customer Experience – What according to you are some of the different ways the industry can work towards this?
  2. What do you feel are the key changes that need to be implemented to drive the Patient Experience?

Download the E-Book now and benefit from the experiences of 8 Canadian healthcare leaders.

E-Book Part 2:

Importance of Patient Partnerships and Patient & Family Centered Care (PFCC)

Learn more on how to embed patient partnerships and the their importance in meaningfully engaging patients. In part two of our 2018 Insights E-Book, we asked representatives from Canada’s leading healthcare organizations to share their perspectives and methods on the importance of Patient Partnerships and ways to continually and meaningfully engage with patients.

The questions we asked in Part 1:

  1. What steps have you taken to demonstrate value of Patient and Family Centered Care to leadership and staff?
  2. What according to you are some ways to embed Patient Partnerships to meaningfully engage with patients?

Download the two part E-Book now and benefit from the experiences of 8+ Canadian healthcare leaders.

Future of Health Care

Take a look at what the future holds for Health Care. Download this 7 page special interest piece & read on for information on:

  • AI and Health Care
  • Population Health Challenge
  • 3D Printing & Glaucoma
  • Digital Tools for Holistic Care
  • Eyesight Through Cell Transplantation
  • Preventive care

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