The quality of clinical data isn’t where it should be, due to inconsistencies in data capture and a lack of standardization, said our panelists. During a recent webinar, they discussed the key factors in determining data quality, and shared strategies for ensuring data are more consistent and accurate.
Reducing clinical burnout “will undoubtedly require a three-pronged approach that includes changes in policy, culture, and technology,” according to researchers Paul Cerrato and John Halamka, MD. In this post, they discuss how vendors are addressing the third leg.
Conversational technologies have the potential to solve some of healthcare’s most challenging problems, according to John Halamka and Paul Cerrato of Mayo Clinic Platform. But first, its own quirks need to be ironed out, they wrote in a recent piece.