The challenge for most organizations isn’t a lack of data, but a way to bring value to the data without “dumping reports” on clinicians, says Jenny Carney, who talks about the strategy at BIDCO.
One way to ensure usability issues are never resolved? By arguing, says interim CMIO Craig Joseph. Instead, IT analysts and physician informaticists should respond with data, evidence, and experience.
When the root cause of physician burnout isn’t identified and addressed, the entire health system is placed at risk, says Lee Milligan, MD, who shares the highlights from a recent Tweetchat on the topic.
Artificial intelligence isn’t going to replace physicians anytime soon. But what it can do is provide diagnostics to help interpret data, says Warren Whitford, reflecting on a discussion during a recent symposium.
The most effective way to support both patient care beyond the walls of care facilities isn’t with a multitude of solutions, but rather a “single, comprehensive approach to health management,” says Dr. Elaine Goodman.