Clinician training isn’t enough; if healthcare organizations want to optimize systems – and increase satisfaction – there are three levels that must be leveraged, and they must be leveraged in conjunction with one another, stated Warren Whitford and Colin Buckley of KLAS.
Artificial intelligence isn’t going to replace physicians anytime soon. But what it can do is provide diagnostics to help interpret data, says Warren Whitford, reflecting on a discussion during a recent symposium.
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.
The changes that need to occur in the game of healthcare will only come when vendor and provider executives come together to share with – and learn from – each other, writes Warren Whitford of KLAS.
As providers retain consultants to move closer to achieving the Triple Aim, there are a few key factors that can determine the quality of those engagements and help identify the best fit, says KLAS’ Warren Whitford.