Sharing crucial information across care settings throughout a care-community is increasingly mission-critical, especially in the unpredictable world of obstetrics and deliveries. Hospital Labor and Delivery (L&D) departments endure dramatic volume fluctuations and many opportunities for complications, all generally unanticipated even though expected. Meanwhile, clinics and obstetricians routinely see and assess prenatal patients, capturing data from delivery dates to risks, then again the same women postpartum, now with their infants. However, clinicians in these two interdependent settings generally share NO data, causing re-assessments or re-documentations on both ends, and compromising capabilities to perceive and meet risk-related needs. After investing in Allscripts SunriseTM as its interoperable electronic health record system (EHR), one organization demonstrated the value of care coordination for mothers and infants. Clinicians and information technology (IT) professionals teamed up to fine-tune applications to their local needs and to create ideal […]