Doctella is excited to announce at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS17) Conference in Orlando that it will extend the capabilities of Salesforce Health Cloud with Doctella Smartlists, providing patients with detailed smart tasks, furthering the improvement of patient engagement. Health Cloud gives healthcare providers the ability to make smarter care decisions, engage with patients across their caregiver networks and manage patient data in new and powerful ways.

Through Doctella within Health Cloud, customers will be able to extend their current tasks through patient-centered Smartlists. Doctella Smartlists will augment and extend Salesforce’s data framework and capability to prompt patients with customized shared decision-making checklists that include multimedia patient education content, timely reminders for interactive care actions and to-do items. Completion of these tasks can be reviewed inside the Salesforce dashboard to ensure patients are on the right track.

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About Smartlists
Doctella’s Smartlist Technology is more than a patient engagement platform, it is a scientific tool designed to keep the patient at the center of their care. The Smartlists technology allows patients to participate and better understand their healthcare related decisions by allowing patients and families to easily connect with their healthcare team through personalized medicine. The science supporting Smartlists was recently published in a NEJM Catalyst article.

About Doctella
Doctella helps providers and payers improve healthcare outcomes while reducing cost. The company has developed a web and mobile-based platform that engages patients and families in their own healthcare through digital checklists that are called “Smartlists.” Doctella was founded by leading researchers from Johns Hopkins, and the platform was developed based on the seminal research of one of the co-founders, Peter Pronovost, who is a leading expert in the field of patient safety and quality of healthcare. The science supporting Smartlists was recently published in a NEJM Catalyst article. The company’s technology platform powers the recently launched Krames Health Engagement Platform which is being introduced at several major health centers across the country. For more information about Doctella, please visit