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eHealth Solutions with Potential
Changing demographics, an increase in the number of chronically ill patients and the advances in technology have brought healthcare systems to the limits of their performance. The key to sustainable healthcare lies in coordinating care delivery processes. Together with its partners, ICW strives to efficiently provide the needed IT-supported processes for providing the best possible level of care and at the highest possible level of cost efficiency:

- Networking solutions from ICW ensure that care providers in hospitals and medical practices have access to the medical data of patients for whose treatment they are jointly responsible. Top-level patient identification and a professional authorization management ensure that structured medical data and documents can be used without any possibility for misidentification.

- Health information management makes it possible to identify the right populations for managed care scenarios and to define specific programs for delivering care. Solutions from ICW provide powerful analytical tools and the workflow-based ICW Care Manager to support the identification of target populations and the delivery of care based on evidence-based guidelines.

- Directly and actively engaging patients promotes better prevention and care delivery processes. The management of patient consent and giving patient access to their own medical data ensures transparency in the handling of sensitive data. Patients assist in supplying health-related information - through web-based or mobile applications - that can flow directly into the process of care delivery.

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About ICW
ICW is an international healthcare technology provider. Our robust software and techniologies help to network the various actors, optimize care and engage patients in the treatment process. Our products are based on the ICW eHealth Platform, a suite of powerful technology components that support the quick assembly of eHealth solutions and the flexible implementation of integration scenarios. Together with our partners, our goal is to enable interoperability among healthcare stakeholders to harvest potentials and realize innovative forms of cooperation and collaboration. For more information go to www.icw-global.com.

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