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.
An early look into how the big four EHR vendors plan to infiltrate the AI space found that Epic is off to an early lead, offering prebuilt models that can be incorporated into the workflow. The race, however, is just beginning, according to KLAS.
At this early stage, tools designed to help predict EHR satisfaction and burnout can’t necessarily deliver on that promise, but they can provide direction on where organizations can “dig deeper” to develop a better understanding, according to KLAS.
The most significant difference between the experiences of Epic Community Connect customers and those who directly contract with the vendor? Relationship management, according to a new KLAS report, which compared users from both groups.
What’s the ideal combination of human interaction and technology when it comes to improving clinical documentation? KLAS looks at two emerging solutions that offer different strategies to address this critical issue.