In time, healthcare will eventually return to business as usual – at least, to some extent. But for now, “it’s all hands on deck,” says Adam Gale, who talks about what KLAS has learned about vendor offerings, and what they hope to find out.
With 2019 came a new perspective on the relationship between payers and providers, the role EHRs play in burnout, and the importance of emerging technologies. What can healthcare IT leaders expect in 2020? Adam Gale shares his insights.
It’s no longer enough simply to measure data, says Adam Gale. Now, KLAS is taking a more proactive approach by working with vendors to step up their game and “change the market in a healthy way.”
What started out as a simple concept – using a standard questionnaire to measure EHR satisfaction and benchmark it with other organizations – has already yielded some interesting results, says Adam Gale of KLAS’ Arch Collaborative.
It’s time to take imaging out of the silos and integrate it with the overall strategy, says Adam Gale. And that starts with obtaining buy-in from multiple departments, as well as EHR vendors.