Michael Archuleta talks about the benefits of partnering with vendors, what he did to earn the respect of his team as a young leader, and how the organization is working to change the perception of rural hospitals.
Critical access hospitals have the deck stacked against them, but those that are able to fully leverage every asset and view IT as a business partner can get out in front, says Mt. San Rafael’s Michael Archuleta.
About Hugh Chatham
CPSI at the core, Medhost in the ED
Skipping the warm-up & jumping right into the CIO role
Patch Tuesdays — “We’re constantly fixing something.”
Weighing privacy and sanitation issues with palm vein scanning
Iris biometrics — “I liked the cutting-edge technology”
Attesting to MU
When it comes to emergency department information systems (EDIS), physician satisfaction with best-of-breed systems is 59 percent higher than enterprise systems, according to a new KLAS report — EDIS 2013: Revealing the Physicians’ Voice. Physicians cited better clinical decision support, overall usability, and accuracy of documentation as the primary drivers of satisfaction in the study, […]
Over 80 percent of providers interviewed for a new KLAS report, EDIS 2011: Delivering on Great Expectations, plan to utilize their EDIS to help them attest for Stage I MU. However, only a third of those say their vendor is ready, noting a variety of functionality gaps, including medication reconciliation, reporting, and CPOE. “Actually being […]