It doesn’t get more complex than using an outdoor stadium (in the dead of winter) to administer a vaccine, but UCHealth’s trial run was a success, says CT Lin, MD, who talks about what his team learned, and what he hopes to see going forward.
The Covid-19 pandemic has shown that telemedicine is a viable – and sometimes even a preferred – option for providing patient care. Its continued success, however, is going to require some work, says CIO Michael Saad.
Contrary to the long-held belief, it is possible to safeguard patient data without disrupting clinical workflow, said our panelists during a recent discussion, and it starts with one basic premise: communication.
From mining data to identify trends, to embracing voice recognition, there are a number of steps that clinical and IT leaders can take to reduce clinical burnout, according to a recent panel discussion.
Clinician training isn’t enough; if healthcare organizations want to optimize systems – and increase satisfaction – there are three levels that must be leveraged, and they must be leveraged in conjunction with one another, stated Warren Whitford and Colin Buckley of KLAS.