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Kittitas Valley Healthcare Goes Live with AdaptX for Adaptive Clinical Management™ Solution

AI-driven system leverages data from Oracle Cerner CommunityWorks to improve patient care

SEATTLE, March 28, 2023 – AdaptX®, a clinical performance management company, today announced the go-live of Washington-based Kittitas Valley Healthcare (KVH) with AdaptX’s OR Advisor™, ED Advisor™, and Clinic Advisor™ solutions leveraging data from Oracle Cerner CommunityWorks. AdaptX’s AI-driven solution empowers clinical leaders to transform patient care by using their own electronic medical record (EMR) data to evaluate, improve, and manage care across patients, treatments, teams, and workflows – self-serve, on-the-fly.  

“AdaptX has empowered our clinical leaders to utilize clinical and operational data captured by Oracle Cerner CommunityWorks,” said Kevin Martin, MD, chief medical officer of KVH. “With AdaptX, providers can quickly and easily leverage their own EMR data in real-time to enhance quality and to improve access for our patients.”

Going live at KVH, AdaptX utilized a “Multi-Tenant Standard Clinical Extract” designed by Oracle Cerner to speed deployment. “Practical access to clinical and operational data is essential to support our clinical partners across KVH as they strive to improve care for our community,” said Jeff Yamada, chief information officer of KVH. “The ‘Multi-Tenant Standard Clinical Extract’ developed by Oracle Cerner and AdaptX is helping us to maximize our EMR investment by dramatically enhancing our ability to utilize our data to improve care.”

“As a community-focused health system, our mission is to provide outstanding care for all patients,” said Mandee Olsen, RN, BSN, CPHQ, chief quality officer of KVH. “With AdaptX, our clinical leaders are using our real-world clinical data to impact our key quality, equity, and efficiency priorities.”

“Our AdaptX team is thrilled to be working with KVH to provide our Adaptive Clinical Management solution for both Critical Access Hospital and clinic environments,” said Warren Ratliff, chief executive officer of AdaptX.“We are grateful for our partnership with KVH and for their commitment to delivering data-informed improvements for their patients.” 

Healthcare leaders are using AdaptX to achieve dramatic improvements: increasing revenue, reducing burnout, improving equity, enhancing quality, and driving efficiency. At a time when leaders are being asked to do more with less, AdaptX’s clinical management solution is maximizing the value of health systems’ investments in digital care. 

About AdaptX

With AdaptX's unique Adaptive Clinical Management™solution, health systems transform clinical performance, delivering dramatically better patient care and financial results. AdaptX's AI-driven Mission Control Center empowers clinical leaders to quickly and easily leverage their real-world data to assess performance, compare approaches, and adapt – across patients, teams, protocols, workflows, and facilities. 

AdaptX is headquartered in Seattle and was founded in 2016.To learn more, please visit adaptx.com.

About Kittitas Valley Healthcare

Situated in the heart of Washington, Kittitas County Public Hospital District No. 1 provides care to Kittitas County and surrounding areas. The public hospital district is governed by a five-member elected Board of Commissioners and is almost exclusively supported by revenue generated from patient services.

Kittitas County Public Hospital District No.1 does business as Kittitas Valley Healthcare (KVH).

KVH Hospital provides 24-hour emergency care and offers inpatient and outpatient hospital services.

KVH provides care through clinics and specialty services in both Upper and Lower Kittitas County. KVH clinics include ear, nose, throat & allergy; family medicine; internal medicine; orthopedics; pediatrics; general surgery; women’s health; dermatology; neurology; and urgent care. Specialty services provide home health, hospice, physical therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy.