Telehealth and patient monitoring have become so important within healthcare, and yet, growth has been surprisingly slow, says Adam Cherrington, who shares insights from KLAS’ latest report.
As the consumer and medical industries start to come together, there’s an enormous opportunity to look at the different types of data, how they can be used, and the value they can bring, says Rachel Duncombe of KLAS.
As technology evolves and user expectations grow, CIOs are looking for more from HIE vendors that the ability to exchange patient records. In fact, that’s becoming the baseline, says Coray Tate, who shares findings from KLAS’ interoperability report.
As digital technologies become more pervasive, patients won’t just want to easily access visit notes; they’ll expect it, says KLAS’ Mike Davis, who breaks down the different approaches used to share data from healthcare encounters.
Healthcare leaders don’t need a clinical background to understand the challenges facing users — they need data that show where the gaps exist, according to Christopher Longhurst and Taylor Davis, who will present findings from the KLAS Arch Collaborative.