Can next-generation EHRs be designed to support and enhance the cognitive functions of clinicians? Yes, if healthcare is willing to take a page from the airline industry, says Mike Davis of KLAS, who discusses the benefits of quiet-dark design.
While there are select areas of the EHR where it’s possible to stop doctors in their tracks and make sure data is entered correctly, should it be done? In this piece, Craig Joseph, MD, discusses hard stops.
Sadly, we can’t always rely on truth in advertising – and certainly not when it’s coming from the manufacturers of addictive products. But we also don’t have to sit back and take it, especially when it’s a public health issue, says Kate Gamble.
The key to achieving success in healthcare IT – or any field, for that matter – isn’t in the number of calls you make, but rather the level of service you provide, says Mitch Parker, CISO at Indiana University Health.
For Ed Marx, who recently wrapped up his cancer treatments, being a patient only further advanced his “drive to be part of digital transformation and bring hope,” he writes in the final installment of this blog series.