When it comes to physician burnout, it’s rarely the technology that’s to blame, says KLAS’ Taylor Davis, who discusses the primary factors, and discusses strategies that have proven successful for some organizations.
In the absence of a focused response, pandemics thrive, says Dr. John Halamka. By uniting healthcare organizations, technology companies, non-profits, academia, and startups, the COVID-19 Coalition aims to “leverage their unique strengths for the benefit of all.”
One of the keys to achieving – and maintaining – satisfaction among EHR users is training; and beyond that, the individuals who provide it and the length of the training, according to KLAS researchers, who reveal some of the findings that were scheduled to be presented at HIMSS20.
Software development platforms can help reduce the cost of extending healthcare IT capabilities while dramatically improving flexibility and efficiency – if democratized the right way, says Mike Davis of KLAS.
Although a pandemic can certainly bring out the worst in some, it’s clearly not the case for all, says Dr. John Halamka, who points out some of the great work being done in the private sector to help better understand COVID-19.