Electronic Health Records (EHR, EMR)
This week's top stories include NorthShore University HealthSystem's digital strategy being tested against the second wave, Amazon rolling out Amazon Pharmacy, and a report finding front-line workers spend significant time fixing technical problems.
Innovaccer Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Nace shares his thoughts on the changing landscape of health data and information sharing.
Adding clinical decision support and the capability to see patient activity outside the four walls of the hospital enabled, among other things, a 94% reduction in Dilaudid use at CalvertHealth Medical Center.
Medicomp Systems Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jay Anders discusses the causes and some cures for physicians overwhelmed by electronic health record systems.
The pandemic provides a "perfect example" for why the distributed ledger technology was invented, says HHS Technology Group President Brett Furst.
Central Logic CEO Angie Franks says with the Arizona Surge Line, health systems and state agencies are using her company's cloud-based technology to aggregate EHR and other data to assess the status of critical inventories and get resources to hospitals most in need.
In this episode of The Alessi Agenda, Woodlands Health Campus CEO Dr. Jason Cheah discusses how global examples of EMRs, robotics and telehealth helped shape the digital transformation and patient journey in Singapore.
Johnathan Pascall, EMEA healthcare sales director at ANCILE Solutions, outlines how reducing clinician burnout can be supported by uPerform, which can ensure that hospitals maximize the potential of their EPR.
HIMSS20 will be overflowing with high-profile keynotes and expert interviews — here's how to catch all the conference highlights from HIMSS TV and the HIMSS Media news brands.
Dr. Aziz Ahmet Surel, coordinator chief physician at Ankara City Hospital in Turkey, says clinical leadership, government support and financial resources are all central factors in driving digital transformation and achieving HIMSS EMRAM Stage 7.