RoundingWell Collaborates with VUSN Clinic

RoundingWell and the Clinic at Mercury Court (CMC), a community health initiative of Vanderbilt University School of Nursing to reach the most medically underserved, have implemented technology at no cost to the clinic in the spirit of community health improvement and innovation. The RoundingWell platform is being used by the clinic’s interprofessional team to coordinate the delivery of complex medical and social care for their patient population.

The CMC’s core interprofessional team consists of nurse practitioners, clinical pharmacists, social workers and physicians, who have created a variety of pathways tailored to the specific needs of the clinic’s patient population.

When a health risk, issue or problem is identified for a patient, the team at the CMC activates pre-defined pathways in the RoundingWell system, which in turn activates pre-defined tasks for clinicians based upon their clinical roles. This allows for almost effortless communication and smooth transitions of care.

“We’ve been partners with the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing for a number of years, and we’ve always admired the public health initiatives that they lead across our community,” said John Smithwick, CEO of RoundingWell.