At the end of the day, the success of EHRs rides on users, says Jason Hess of KLAS. The problem? Clinicians aren’t being given the time and space needed to receive thorough training and personalize their experience.
The best go-live support may be closer than you think, says Jason Hess of KLAS, who discusses the benefits of leveraging nurses from neighboring organizations and students to help train users.
Cerner and Epic hospitals are leading the CPOE-adoption pack in an industry supercharged by the passage of HITECH in early 2009, according to a new KLAS report: CPOE 2011: The ARRA Effect. (Click on the player below for a Podcast interview with report authors Jason Hess and Colin Buckley) Said Jason Hess, author of the […]
While Meaningful Use dollars are driving adoption of clinical information systems, the desire for integrated software suites, across which data can easily flow, is driving the selection of particular vendors, according to a new report from KLAS which looks at hospitals over 200 beds — Clinical Market Share 2011: Is Stimulus Money Still Stimulating? “As […]
With Meaningful Use requirements in mind, hospitals with fewer than 150 beds are focusing less on traditional community CIS vendors and more on large hospital CIS vendors, according to a new KLAS report. The first KLAS CIS perception report to include community hospital data — 2010’s CIS Perception 2010: Vendors Bridge the Size Gap — finds that smaller hospitals are currently considering Meditech, Cerner, McKesson Paragon, and Epic more often than traditional community CIS vendors CPSI, Healthland, HMS, Keane, and Siemens MedSeries4.