Link and share policies across complex hospital systems with one platform for managing the enterprise.
Downtime feature allows documents to be saved offline, on the network, in case connectivity issues block immediate access.
Google-like, text-level search and auto-suggest, built with busy clinicians in mind.
Drill down to the right content with advanced filtering by keyword, category, and manual name based on search results.
PolicyLogic is a web-based policy management application
created to match the expanding digital needs of healthcare
organizations. Created by the Department of Nursing and
Johns Hopkins Medicine Center for Information Services
(JHMCIS) in 2009, PolicyLogic serves as a policy and document
database and repository across Johns Hopkins Medicine
to promote easy policy access and administrative efficiency.
Robust administrative tools
to simplify multi-organizational policies
Administrative reporting and analytics to track and escalate missed views and approvals
Lessen audit pressure with quick, searchable database that meets Joint Commission requirements
Text editor, version control, and archiving to minimize back-and-forth with documents
“We could never manage the complex and ever-expanding policies without PolicyLogic – OR – we would need many more FTEs to accomplish the same work.”
“The system provides many benefits including easy accessibility to all frontline providers, streamlined ability to search for policies of interest, and straightforward usability for editing and signing policies. It really encompasses everything that busy clinicians need.”
“I recommend use of the PolicyLogic system enterprise-wide. Here are the top three reasons why: Ease of access to policies—anytime, anywhere—in word searchable format. Efficiency in managing protocols–from electronic review to electronic signature. Integration across a highly decentralized system, thereby promoting standardization and eliminating waste.”
“The PolicyLogic system has allowed us to much more efficiently manage Joint Commission and other regulatory-driven policy mandates, but even more importantly users have immediate access to policies online. It has been a win-win proposition.”