As care is increasingly delivered in outpatient environments, there’s a growing need for facilities that leverage technology and building design to enable a smooth healing process, says Daniel Barchi.
With more than 1,400 patients enrolled in six months, NewYork-Presbyterian’s telemedicine program is off to a hot start. What has been the key to its success? Focusing on these five critical elements, say Peter Fleischut and Daniel Barchi.
Although the concept of telemedicine isn’t exactly radical, one could argue that the way it’s being applied at organizations like NewYork-Presbyterian to improve the patient experience are quite innovative, says CIO Daniel Barchi.
Using feedback to improve the IT rounding program
Learning crisis management as a naval officer
Going from biomed to IT
“It’s not about bits and bytes; it’s about working to create solutions to problems”
Dealing with the challenges of an academic environment
Making the move from VA to CT
“I wouldn’t trade it for the world”
Deploying CRMS to help manage large amounts of data
Linking clinical trial data with Epic
Using consultants — “We needed to get this right the first time”
Head start on data reporting – “Coming out of the box with capability”
Getting 3 hospitals onto one platform
Atul Gawanda’s “Checklist manifesto”
In Step with a Clinician