With 2019 came a new perspective on the relationship between payers and providers, the role EHRs play in burnout, and the importance of emerging technologies. What can healthcare IT leaders expect in 2020? Adam Gale shares his insights.
Whether you’re talking about baby boomers or millennials, all physicians have one thing in common: they want technology that works, says Craig Joseph, interim CMIO at El Camino Hospital.
Healthcare leaders don’t need a clinical background to understand the challenges facing users — they need data that show where the gaps exist, according to Christopher Longhurst and Taylor Davis, who will present findings from the KLAS Arch Collaborative.
When providers aren’t able to connect with patients, they miss out on emotional cues that can be vital in making a diagnosis, says Kate Gamble, recapping a presentation during last week’s NJ HIMSS event. So how can leaders help?
It’s not about having more data; it’s about having the right data, gathered by the right people, at the right time, and designed in the right way, says CNIO Becky Fox. In this piece, she talks about how her team is decreasing the burden of documentation.