One of the most common mistakes made during EHR implementations? Failing to examine the multi-workflow screen and rip out the pieces that don’t fit. That, says Dr. Lee Milligan, is where clinicians come in.
The processes of sending, receiving, and tracking patient records should be as easy as pie – or at least as easy as tracking a pizza pie, but despite the technology we have in place, we’re still a long way, says Amy Stiner.
Both clinicians and IT professionals struggle in translating their particular needs to one another. But it doesn’t have to be that way, says Taylor Davis, who discusses how the Arch Collaborative is working to narrow the gap.
The most valuable lessons Bill Spooner learned during his CIO tenure still hold true today: make smart investments, do the research, and don’t buy anything you don’t really need.
A newly-expanded ED is no place for cumbersome solutions that can hinder staff communication, says Deanna Parker, who talks about the hands-free system that has made a big impact at Hardin Memorial.