Although most compare an EHR implementation process to a marathon, to those who are doing the hard work, it feels more like a long sprint, says CMIO CT Lin.
One of the most complex issues CIOs face? Trying to meet the organization’s goals without placing too much burden on the staff, says Adam Buckley, who talks about being “the bearer of bad news.”
At Wake Forest Baptist, patient engagement goes beyond just offering a portal. It’s working with communities and families to find better, less disruptive ways to manage care, says CIO Dee Emon.
Are older physicians more likely to be dissatisfied with EHRs? Can switching EHRs increase adoption? Taylor Davis of KLAS tackles these popular myths and uncovers some surprising truths.
After several decades, it’s time to move on to EHR 1.0, says Dr. John Halamka, which means leveraging technology and social media tools to make the clinician’s jobs easier – not more difficult.