Electronic Health Records (EHR, EMR)
Information must be shared outside of the healthcare network in which it resides to allow all of a patient’s valuable data to be available to all of their providers.
Some day carrying my disparate medical records from place to place will not be necessary.
A care coordinator driving toward a healthy conclusion is vital for patients.
Mike Restuccia has seen firsthand the challenges and opportunities of deriving as much value as possible from your electronic health records software.
Advisory Board Senior Vice President Rob Barras discusses the need for providers to start locally to spark interoperability while recognizing there’s no one-size-fits-all approach.
The veteran executive proposes a multi-pronged approach to ending the tyranny of wasted time and effort created by today’s technologies.
Don’t wait for your EHR vendors to bolt on pop health features when CMS already offers programs, tools, financial incentives and a roadmap for integrated, coordinated care.
Advisory Board Senior Vice President Rob Barras shares a personal and tragic account that highlights the immediate need for technology that reduces dangerous variations in care.
Feeding data directly from a medical device into medical records has reduced errors, improved patient safety and increased caregiver efficiency.
An electronic medical record implementation requires accuracy and precision. And making that happen demands a variety of skillsets, professional backgrounds and expertise. Here’s what worked for Penn Medicine.