• New release enables health providers to deliver personalized, patient-centric care plans coordinated across any care team and setting

BOSTON – February 26, 2018
Lumeon, the leader in Care Pathway Management (CPM), today announced CPM 4, a new release of its platform that extends a healthcare provider’s EHR system, connecting the dots beyond their four walls to help manage care delivery through their partner network. With CPM 4, providers can take charge, uniting the care delivery process across the patient journey.

While EHR adoption is widespread in U.S. healthcare, the patient journey continues to be fragmented and broken. Providers lack the ability to manage and control the delivery of care across their teams and across many disparate care settings, costing organizations billions of dollars every year.

CPM 4 allows providers to operationalize a longitudinal plan of care for every patient, and importantly, beyond the confines of the EHR system. The care plan dynamically adjusts based on the patients’ preferences, risks and severity, optimally coordinating the most appropriate care resources to deliver better outcomes more cost efficiently.

The CPM platform combines a digital plan of care with intelligent orchestration, automation and patient engagement technologies, empowering care managers to oversee and optimally manage patient tasks. By continuously engaging the patient and deeply integrating with the EHR, Lumeon’s CPM 4 provides a real-time view of the patient’s progress. Key new features of the CPM 4 platform release include:

  • A sleek, user-friendly interface for care managers, allowing them to track the current progress, status and next steps along the patient pathway. This user interface presents a real-time view of patient milestones and checkpoints, which can be used natively within the EHR.
  • As well as existing HL7 capabilities, a new API plug-in framework allows providers to rapidly create their own APIs, connecting the CPM platform to any API-enabled web service or application.
  • New intelligent workflow automation capabilities, such an API-aware workflow, enable the patient pathway to automate communication with third-party services, such as CRM, EHR, and PHM systems.

“Despite the significant investment of EHR systems, care processes continue to be inconsistent and labor intensive, resulting in overwhelming operational costs and massive variance in outcomes,” said Lumeon CEO Robbie Hughes. “Lumeon has introduced a new approach, already in use across many leading health providers, which is proven to save providers millions of dollars every year. By rationalizing care processes, CPM makes care delivery consistent, empowers the care team, and aligns care activities to patient needs.  In a healthcare industry that is now pivoting to focus on operational rigor, there has never been a better time to introduce Care Pathway Management.”

Lumeon clients use Care Pathway Management to solve a broad range of high-cost operational issues from optimizing Operating Room utilization, reducing discharge times, stabilizing chronic disease patients, to increasing patient referrals.

Lumeon will be demonstrating CPM 4 at the HIMSS18 conference in Las Vegas during March 5-9, 2018.  Click here to meet us at HIMSS18.

About Lumeon

Lumeon enables healthcare organizations to orchestrate and automate systems and processes, bringing situational awareness to care operations to deliver high performance, team-centered healthcare.

The industry-leading Lumeon Care Pathway Management (CPM) platform and suite of solutions empower health organizations to take control of their end-to-end care delivery model and maximize the use of resources. By iteratively designing and deploying efficient pathways, organizations reduce cost and minimize variation, while flexibly adapting to emerging needs.

With headquarters in the USA and Europe, Lumeon serves some of the largest health enterprises across the globe, managing over six million patients on its platform. Find out more at www.lumeon.com.

For further information, contact:

Hanah Johnson

March Communications