Connie Use Cases

Ms. Johnson, LPN | Skilled Nursing Facility | BPMH

Nurse Johnson, has an elderly patient with a chronic health condition that requires her to visit multiple pharmacies and specialists. The patient suffers from memory loss, so tracking her medications has been increasingly challenging. Nurse Johnson relies on Connie’s Best Possible Medication History (BPMH) to review what has been prescribed for her patient. This best practice has proven incredibly helpful for Nurse Johnson, in accurately tracking and managing her patients’ medications.

Dr. Miller | Emergency Department | BPMH

When Dr. Miller sees a patient in the ER who is unable to confirm their current medications either due to their injury or just not able to remember anything other than “a blue pill for my heart”, Dr. Miller can look at Connie’s Best Possible Medication History (BPMH) to quickly clarify this information. On the front page of BPMH, Dr. Miller can view a summary of all recorded medications prescribed in the last 90 days, including dosages, and supply. If Dr. Miller needs more information about why the medication was prescribed or who prescribed it, he can click into the record for complete details.

Mary Parker | Orthopedic Clinic | Image Share

Mary is both a Radiology Technician and the PACS Administrator for an Orthopedics Ambulatory Surgery Center in Connecticut. Mary actively uses Connie’s Image Share to query patients and download images, that were conducted at external facilities, as a best practice when chart preparing the day’s appointments. This additional step to Mary’s workflow reduces the need for duplicative images, saving the patient both time and money. This step also provides the surgeon with more details, so they can make better-informed decisions.

Nancy Williams | Primary Care | Provider Directory

Nancy is a Care Coordinator for a large primary care clinic. In an effort to provide the best possible service to her patients, Nancy uses Connie’s Provider Directory when referring patients to a specialist so that she can quickly determine if the receiving provider accepts Medicare. Incorporating this simple and effective step into Nancy’s workflow, streamlines the process for the patient and increases the probability of compliance, fostering better patient outcomes.