With products in varying stages of development, the acute care EMR space is one of the most interesting in healthcare, according to a KLAS report which seeks to answer key questions and dispel misconceptions.
There’s a lot we don’t know when it comes to identifying the right techniques to support lasting behavior change. What we do know, says Anupam Goel, MD, is that by continuing to refine health IT using behavior change principles, we may be better positioned to make meaningful improvements.
The organizations who leaders realize that technology is only part of the equation – a small part, in fact – are the ones who will most successfully leverage it, says Kate Gamble, who shares lessons learned from the recent NYC HIMSS event.
One of the most common mistakes in trying to improve time management? Trying to do too much, too soon, says CT Lin, CMIO at University of Colorado Health. A better plan is to start with a single step.
Do the benefits of having an integrated system outweigh the “fine-tuned functionality” and value of pediatric-specific EHRs? It’s a question leaders must be willing to ask – and answer, says Alex McIntosh of KLAS.