We know that the documentation experience is far from perfect, but when users find them to be “poorly designed, unnecessary, or just plain stupid,” it’s time to make some changes, says CMIO Craig Joseph.
As healthcare leaders shift their focus to clinician satisfaction – and specifically, reducing burnout – there are key questions that need to be answered to help determine next steps, according to research from KLAS’ Arch Collaborative.
Perhaps the best way to truly understand informatics is to first define what it is not, says CMIO CT Lin. In this blog, he exposes the common fallacies and explains how it can be a “very useful tool” – if done right.
It’s no longer enough for healthcare IT leaders to have technical acumen, says Tamara Havenhill-Jacobs. “I’m seeing more CIOs who have had the time and experience to develop insight into how to have those conversations and engage effectively.”
Although there was a significant difference between what physicians and nurses identified as the keys to EHR user satisfaction, perhaps the most compelling finding of a recent Arch Collaborative was an issue they agree on, says Connor Bice.