“Before you deliver the tool to your end user, you need to be sure you understand your end user,” says CT Lin, MD, CMIO at UCHealth. In this piece, he talks about his team is working to accomplish this by leveraging EHR Sprints.
As clinical decision support tools become more sophisticated – and usage becomes more advanced – providers are realizing benefits beyond improved outcomes, according to a KLAS report that examines innovations being made in this area.
At this early stage, tools designed to help predict EHR satisfaction and burnout can’t necessarily deliver on that promise, but they can provide direction on where organizations can “dig deeper” to develop a better understanding, according to KLAS.
Like most health systems, Mount Sinai had to find a way to enable caregivers to communicate with patients while also reducing the use of PPE. But unlike other systems, the NYC-based organization decided to partner with Google, says Robbie Freeman.
For organizations that still rely on traditional imaging models, COVID-19 has wreaked havoc, and will continue to do so unless leaders take steps toward an enterprise approach, according to our panelists.