CIOs need to look beyond just EHRs and explore stand-alone platforms to enhance care delivery – keeping focused on reliable patient data and streamlined clinical workflows.
The clinical manifestations of COVID-19 are varied, and patients are known to have rapidly changing signs and symptoms that must be tracked with laboratory testing.
CMS requirements for approved clinical decision support mechanisms could cause extra burden and more keystrokes for physicians attempting to meet appropriate use criteria.
COVID-19 appeared in late 2019 and its epicentre has been moving with alarming speed from the far east toward Europe and now more toward the Americas.
A CIO's take on EHR optimization: Engaging clinicians via many methods is critical to understanding their needs
Penn Medicine’s Mike Restuccia explains why instituting an end user survey is such an important, and eye-opening, step to take.
Why is now the time they’ll finally join together? Patients expectations are evolving, the tech is now mature enough, and apps are emerging to integrate with legacy clinical systems.
Health IT is critical to deliver the right data to the right place at the right time and empower clinicians and pharmacists to make informed decisions.
While last year was focused on capturing useful data, now we need to draw insights from that data across the entire care continuum.
Most affected are poor people with no insurance.
The veteran executive proposes a multi-pronged approach to ending the tyranny of wasted time and effort created by today’s technologies.