Although services like Door Dash are leveraging data to anticipate and correct errors, which can improve outcomes, not all of the algorithms are designed to help frontline workers, says CT Lin, MD, who offers food for thought based on a recent experience.
The biggest advantage in choosing a provider lead an EHR implementation? A firsthand understanding of “where we get hung up and what alerts we can eliminate,” said Stacey Johnston, Clinical Applications Officer, in this podcast.
For Dirk Stanley, MD, CMIO at UConn Health, the key to becoming a “document whisperer” for clinical workflow design and EMR support was in understanding how the two concepts are related, and then developing workflows that are “quick, easy-to-use, and functionally sound.”
Cognitive errors challenge clinicians and technologists alike, according to John Halamka, MD, and Paul Cerrato of Mayo Clinic Platform. Being aware of the types of mistakes that can occur is the first step toward fixing them.
Conflicts among clinical, IT, and administrative teams often come down to one key factor: a language barrier, says Jason Buchanan, MD, Clinical Informatics Officer at Baylor College of Medicine. In this podcast, he talks about how leaders can remedy this, and what it takes to truly “listen.”