If you want to survive a disaster – particularly one in which both patients and employees are homebound – you need to view your organization “as a tech company,” says Craig Richardville, and that means being “fast and efficient.”
With more than half of small hospitals expressing dissatisfaction with their EHRs, an opportunity has arisen for vendors to step up, according to Coray Tate and Paul Warburton of KLAS, who believe “the future will be fun to watch.”
With remote care becoming increasingly common, CISOs no longer view medical device security as a separate entity; but rather, part of a more holistic approach, according to our expert panelists.
The “silver lining” of the Covid-19 pandemic? It has pushed digital health to the forefront, sparked a level of innovation many organizations didn’t know they had, and demonstrated the value of strong vendor partnerships, according to our panelists.
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.