CPM has partnerships with leading technology companies to co-create and distribute solutions; practice and content alliances to develop our Framework and solutions; and educational institutions to help bridge the transition from school to practice.
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Allscripts/Eclipsys is a leading provider of information solutions that help hospitals and health systems more-effectively manage the business of healthcare and achieve measurable and sustainable, improved outcomes. In partnership with prestigious organizations, Eclipsys delivers workflow and knowledge support to smooth “handoffs” between physicians, nurses, managers and other members of the healthcare team. They help bring them the pertinent evidence-based content and patient-specific information they need — anytime, anywhere, on virtually any computer device — to make the best-possible decisions for each patient. Allscripts provides the CPM CarePoints™ in the Sunrise Clinical Manager™ Knowledge Based Charting (KBC). The interdisciplinary clinical content has been intentionally designed to support organizations to implement the CPM Framework™.
Epic makes integrated software for mid-size to large medical groups and integrated healthcare organizations. Epic is a reseller of the CPM CarePoints™ into the EpicCare Inpatient clinical documentation product. The interdisciplinary clinical content has been intentionally designed to support organizations to implement the CPM Framework™.
QuadraMed is the industry leader in developing information technology solutions enabling healthcare organizations to leverage quality care into positive financial outcomes.
With approximately 2000 clients in the US, Canada, Puerto Rico, Australia and New Zealand and the United Kingdom, QuadraMed has made its mark developing and implementing innovative solutions across today’s broad spectrum of healthcare institutions.
From clinical management to patient information management, from revenue cycle management to health information management, QuadraMed solutions increase transparency, profitability, quality, and safety in today’s care delivery process.
Integrated in QuadraMed’s Care-based Revenue Cycle™ process, these innovative solutions enable healthcare organizations to maximize financial performance and reimbursement based on the quality of care provided. They create long-term client partnerships and enable healthcare organizations to deliver quality care while achieving the highest value from their IT investments.
The Shams Group (TSG) is a software and services firm that has been a major provider of innovative software for MEDITECH hospitals for the last 20 years and to-date has served over 400 plus MEDITECH hospitals around the country. With nearly two decades of research in MEDITECH and other HIS Systems. TSG offers an ‘open system’, browser-based, integrated solutions for hospitals to leverage their IT Investment. TSG has joined hands with CPM, which is the most premier provider of evidence-based content for the next generation of Nursing/Clinician Portal Solutions.
For the first time, hospitals using MEDITECH and other HIT solutions can use CPM’s interdisciplinary clinical content through TSG’s integrated portal solutions. The Shams Group is a reseller of the CPM Guidelines.
CPM strategically partners with health information technology companies to deliver the highest quality, and ARRA-compliant, evidence-based content and documentation through EMR/EHR solutions. Our CPM CarePoints is custom designed and fully integrated with each of our partners to create distinctive, industry-leading offerings to hospital and health system clients.
We are committed to building long, mutually beneficial relationships with our partners. We want to increase business opportunities for you and make this partnership a resounding success. To accomplish this, we’ve developed the CPM 360 Partner Support Program.
Elsevier CPM 360 Partner Support Program
Joining this program means that you have a range of tools and resources at your disposal to market the CPM solutions, help clinical leaders and executives understand the power of the CPM Framework™ and clinical content, complete the sale, and continuously support our joint clients. From day one, you can expect the highest level of support we can provide.
If you are interested in finding out how to become a CPM partner, please fill out this form:
Practice and Content
CPM strives to continuously develop our Framework and content to ensure we offer the most advanced solutions available. We have alliances with the following organizations to accomplish this:
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SNOMED Terminology Solutions provides education and consulting services to support the implementation of SNOMED Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT). With more than 40 years of experience in development of SNOMED CT and its predecessors, SNOMED Terminology Solutions, a division of the College of American Pathologists, assists organizations world wide.
Our partnership focuses on support for encoding the CPM CarePoints, ensuring interoperability in terms and capability for outcomes research.
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) is an independent not-for-profit organization helping to lead the improvement of healthcare throughout the world. Founded in 1991 and based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, IHI works to accelerate improvement by building the will for change, cultivating promising concepts for improving patient care, and helping healthcare systems put those ideas into action.
CPM has been a national node in the successful Save 100K Lives campaign, as well as currently supporting the Protecting 5 Million Lives from Harm campaign.
IHE is a multi-year initiative that creates the framework for passing vital health information seamlessly- from application to application, system to system, and setting to setting — across the entire healthcare enterprise.
The Patient Care Coordination (PCC) domain was established in July 2006 to deal with integration issues that cross providers, patient problems or time. It deals with general clinical care aspects such as document exchange, order processing, and coordination with other specialty domains. PCC also addresses workflows that are common to multiple specialty areas and the integration needs of specialty areas that do not have a separate domain within IHE.
Michelle Troseth, CPM, is a PCC Committee Member.
Polarity maps provide the context for effectively addressing “unsolvable problems”. They provide leaders with the insight and methodology to effectively manage the most important issues in organizations today.
CPM has a long term partnership with Barry Johnson PhD, founder of Polarity Management. Our shared commitment to the higher purpose for the Polarity Management work has sustained our work together:
To improve the quality of life on the planet by helping individuals, families, organizations, and nations identify and manage unsolvable problems (manage polarities).
Regenstrief Institute, Inc., an internationally recognized informatics and healthcare research organization, is dedicated to the improvement of health through research that enhances the quality and cost-effectiveness of healthcare. Established in 1969 by philanthropist Sam Regenstrief on the campus of the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, the Institute is supported by the Regenstrief Foundation and closely affiliated with the IU School of Medicine and the Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County, Indiana.
CPM’s partnership focuses on the Implementation Science for implementing the CPM Framework™, our evidence-based products and practice transformation services.
The TIGER initiative aims to enable practicing nurses and nursing students to fully engage in the unfolding digital electronic era in healthcare. The purpose of the initiative is to identify information/knowledge management best practices and effective technology capabilities for nurses. TIGER’s goal is to create and disseminate local and global action plans that can be duplicated within nursing and other multidisciplinary healthcare training and workplace settings.
The TIGER Initiative is working to catalyze a dynamic, sustainable and productive relationship between the Alliance for Nursing Informatics (ANI), with its 20 nursing informatics professional societies and the major nursing organizations including the American Nurses Association (ANA), the Association of Nurse Executives (AONE), the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), and others which collectively represent over 2,000,000 nurses.
CPM’s Michelle Troseth served as co-host for the Tiger Initiative Summit held October 30- November 1, 2006, resulting in a 3-year action plan to accomplish a 10 year vision.
9 TIGER Collaborative Teams were formed and are currently completing work.
- Standards and Interoperability
- Healthcare IT National Agenda/HIT Policy
- Informatics Competencies
- Education and Faculty Development
- Staff Development/Continuing Education
- Usability/Clinical Application Design (Troseth/Staggers)
- Virtual Demonstration Center
- Leadership Development
- Patient-Focus/Personal Health Record
CPM’s education partnerships bridge the transition from education to practice in schools of nursing and allied health. Learn about these leading academic institutions:
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Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing offers a 4-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, celebrating excellence in nursing education for over 100 years. With its key partner, Blessing Hospital, CPM has partnered with both hospital and college to implement the CPM Framework™ and Eclipsys Sunrise Knowledge Based Charting.
The School of Nursing has been one of our inaugural Practice Education Partnerships, working collaboratively with the CPM Resource Center to implement the CPM Framework™ and clinical content in Allscript’s Sunrise Knowledge Based Charting (KBC).
Established in 1909, the School of Nursing is distinct in being the first continuing nursing program on a university campus. We are proud of our history; it inspires our future.
The first program leading to a baccalaureate degree began in 1919. A master’s degree program was first offered by the School of Nursing in 1950 and through the Graduate School beginning in 1962. The Ph.D. program was launched in 1983. Today we have the largest graduate program at the University of Minnesota–with numerous areas of study–and a flagship baccalaureate program with an honors program option. The schools’ campuses are in the Twin Cities and the other in Rochester.
CPM’s partnership focuses on the Implementation Science for implementing the CPM Framework™, our evidence-based products and practice transformation services, with a special emphasis on the Professional Exchange process.
Penn Nursing offers a number of resources and experiences not found at most other schools including a state-of-the-art simulation lab with mannequins responding as patients would, one of the first PACE practices owned and operated by a School of Nursing delivering care to frail elders, classrooms with the latest hospital-based electronic medical records (EMR) technology, and clinical experiences in The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, two of the nation’s best. Penn’s faculty include some of the top researchers in the world who collectively rank near the top of all schools of nursing receiving federal funding.
CPM’s partnership focuses on the Implementation Science for implementing the CPM Framework™, our evidence-based products and practice transformation services, with a special emphasis on the Patient Profile.