Although healthcare organizations have only begun dipping their toes into the AI space, the early adopters are realizing improvements in patient outcomes and experience, according to a recent KLAS report.
Perhaps the best way to truly understand informatics is to first define what it is not, says CMIO CT Lin. In this blog, he exposes the common fallacies and explains how it can be a “very useful tool” – if done right.
Data show that physicians at Stage 7 organizations tend to have an above-average user experience, but does that actually translate into delivering better care? Taylor Davis shares findings from a recent KLAS report.
More solutions are entering the market with the goal of identifying patients at risk for opioid use disorder, improving prescribing practices, and enhancing patient care. But are they meeting providers’ needs? KLAS’ Jackson Tate takes a closer look.
If we want to improve patient care, it’s not enough merely to share data within our own organization – or with those who use the same EHR, says CIO Ed Kopetsky, who believes partnering with others is “core to who we are.”