TheraDoc™ Clinical Surveillance System

PS Clinical Software THeraDoc 200x373The TheraDoc™ Clinical Surveillance System is a suite of software applications that helps healthcare organizations to:
  • Improve clinical outcomes1
  • Reduce costs2
  • Strengthen regulatory compliance3

TheraDoc helps healthcare organizations achieve these goals by:
  • Bringing together fragmented data from the organization’s source systems (lab, Rx, micro, A/D/T, etc.)
  • Alerting clinicians of potential risks+
  • Empowering clinicians with knowledge and evidence-based clinical guidance

…all in real-time.*

An industry leader in clinical surveillance since 1999, TheraDoc has been chosen by over 600 facilities in 41 states, from integrated delivery networks (IDNs) to academic medical centers, community hospitals and VA hospitals4.

The TheraDoc Infection Control Assistant™ was recently ranked #1 in the Infection Control and Monitoring Software category in the Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Services Report5.

Proven Performance
  • 95% of TheraDoc customers would purchase again5
  • Ranked #1 in product quality by 2012 “Best in KLAS Awards”5
  • Not one customer has replaced TheraDoc4

Customer Impact
  • $563,412 saved and 23% reduction in adverse drug events in first six months at a 681-bed IDN6
  • $639,780 saved and 81% increase in interventions per month at a 425-bed community hospital7
  • 53% faster confirmation of HAIs with 98% accuracy at a 1,118-bed IDN8

To learn more about how TheraDoc can work to help your organization meet your clinical and financial goals, or for more information on any of the following elements of the TheraDoc Clinical Surveillance System, please visit www.theradoc.com.


Why TheraDoc? TheraDoc Solutions TheraDoc Products
-Improve patient care -Antimicrobial stewardship -Clinical Intelligence Platform
-Lower costs -Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) -Pharmacy Solutions
-Strengthen compliance -National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) reporting -Infection Control Assistant

+ Alerts are configured by the user.
* A matter of seconds
  1. Martin JK Jr, Broekemeier RL. Implementation of intelligent interface software to enhance pharmacist clinical interventions in a healthcare system. Poster session presented at: 40th Midyear Clinical Meeting of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists; 2005 Dec 4-8; Las Vegas, NV.
  2. Echavarria K., et al. Utility of an Electronic Clinical Surveillance System to Facilitate Tracking of MDRO and Antimicrobial Stewardship in a VA Medical Center, Electronic Healthcare, Vol. 10, No. 2, 2011, 36p.
  3. McSorley, Lori (Infection Control, Warren Hospital, Phillipsburg, NJ). Email to: Barbara Sullivan (Sullivan & Associates, Huntington Beach, CA). 2011 Feb 7. Based on pilot results from Warren Hospital, Phillipsburg, NJ
  4. As of Feb 1, 2013.
  5. Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Services. Orem (UT): KLAS (US); 2012 Dec. 45p.
  6. Martin JK Jr, Broekemeier RL. Implementation of intelligent interface software to enhance pharmacist clinical interventions in a healthcare system. Poster presented at: 40th Midyear Clinical Meeting of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists; Dec 4-8, 2005; Las Vegas, NV. (Represents combined bed numbers from Franciscan St. Joseph, St. Clare, St. Francis and St. Anthony. http://www.fhshealth.org/About-us/Franciscan-Facts-and-Figures/. Accessed August 7, 2012.)
  7. Calloway S, Akilo H, Bierman K, Osburg B. Use of a Clinical Surveillance System to Improve Clinical Intervention Documentation in a 425-bed acute-care Community Hospital. Poster presented at: The 2012 Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists Annual Seminar. March, 2012; Longview, TX.
  8. Song X, et al. Benefits of using TheraDoc® to assist in surveillance for central line associated nosocomial bloodstream infections (CA-BSIs). Abstract 229. 2006 SHEA Annual Meeting. March 18-21, Chicago, IL. (Represents combined bed numbers for Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. http://health.usnews.com/best-hospitals/area/md/johns-hopkins-hospital-6320180 for Johns Hopkins Hospital and at http://www.hopkinschildrens.org/new-hospital.aspx for Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. Accessed August 7, 2012.)