Notes scribbled on pieces of paper. Text copied from EMR and pasted in Word. Then printed or emailed. Still more information recalled from memory.
Transitions of care—the way they are now—have a problem: rampant communication breakdown due to unstructured information exchange.
“EHRs are not used for information sharing and frequently impede intra-care team communication.”
Harvard Medical School, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, PLoS One, 2019.
“Failed hand-offs are a longstanding, common problem in health care.”
The Joint Commission, Sentinel Event Alert, Issue 58, September 2017.
for Handoffs | Transfers | Rounding | Discharges
Caringly improves patient safety and clinicians lives by making it easy to exchange complete, concise, and contextual patient information during transitions of care—within and outside the organizations.
Improves team communication with patent-pending algorithms that curate information based on the patient’s condition and the needs of the giver and receiver
Speeds up information access with an AI-powered engine that displays only relevant information for nurses, physicians, case managers, and social workers—no more, no less
Enables healthcare leaders to measure the quality of information exchange with real-time metrics and unique KPIs
Accelerates the training of new-to-practice nurses and residents with dynamic checklists, guided prompts, observer alerts, and surveys
Works on desktop, laptops, tablets and smartphones; supports single device and multi-device scenarios
Supports two-way integration with common EMRs to avoid double documentation—maintaining a single source of truth
Caringly is designed and built by healthcare professionals, ensuring it meets the specific needs of nurses, hospitalists, residents, case managers, and social workers.
Average revenue loss due to HAC penalties, with the largest hospitals losing around $1.7 million
Miscommunication during patient handoff contributes to an estimated 80% of serious medical errors
Patient safety penalties cost hospitals 1 percent of Medicare payments over the federal fiscal year