Although the appeal of AI for many is its potential to solve big, complex problems in healthcare, leaders should focus instead on how it can tackle more “simple” tasks like easing workflow issues, says Warren Whitford.
Before providers think about replacing or rebuilding their EHR, perhaps they should determine whether the current system is being used to its optimum capacity, says Mike Davis.
If the right people and processes aren’t in place, even the most comprehensive cybersecurity strategy can be undone by one careless move, says Jared Jeffery, who shares findings from a recent KLAS symposium.
After years of flying under the radar, the ERP market is attracting attention – and more competition, says Doug Tolley of KLAS. The reason for this shift? Cloud-based tools.
If we want to get an accurate read on how EHRs impact physician satisfaction and efficiency, we need to take several factors into account, including whether the tools have been personalized, says Mike Davis.