Although physicians make most of the key decisions that show up in the EMR, they’re not the only ones with skin in the game, says KLAS’ Mitchell Josephson, who shares what KLAS has learned about the workflow habits and preferences of nurses.
When it comes to achieving population health goals, many organizations now believe having multiple vendors working in tandem is a more effective strategy than consolidation, says Mitchell Josephson of KLAS.
As EHRs were being installed at a rapid pace, workflow seemed to take a backseat, and clinicians are paying the price, says KLAS’ Mitchell Josephson, who talks about his own experience with the productivity paradox.
When it comes to interoperability, we’re in the midst of a historic time, says KLAS’ Mitchell Josephson, who believes we can make significant strides by following the UK’s lead.
Interoperability may be a struggle in the US, but we’re not alone, says Mitch Josephson of KLAS, who believes there’s great potential for countries to collaborate to solve our most pressing health IT issues.