One of the most critical – and, as it turns out, most challenging – aspects of reducing clinician burnout is assessing which groups have been affected and how much, according to our panelists, Drs. Shafiq Rab, Peter Canning and Jose Barreau.
The most effective way to encourage adoption of any technology – especially one as important as telehealth solutions – is to show, not tell, says Tom Pacek, CIO at Inspira Health. In this interview, he talks about his team’s journey and what they’ve learned.
Will the presence of large cloud tech vendors – along with the barrage of digital apps focused on improving clinician efficiency – spell doom for EHRs? It could, unless vendors are willing to shift in a different direction, says Mike Davis, citing information from a Forbes article.
One of the most common mistakes organizations make when implementing EHRs is to provide training only at go-live, said Dan Nigrin, MD, CIO at MaineHealth, in a recent interview. “These systems are changing; they’re not static.”
One way to help drive adoption of AI tools? Creating “a set of standards to help clinicians and other decision makers separate useful tools from junk science,” according to John Halamka, MD, and Paul Cerrato of Mayo Clinic Platform.