It’s no longer acceptable for go-lives to be pushed back by weeks or months due to unpreparedness, says Sue Schade. In this post, she talks about how GLRAs can “ensure all issues and risks are surfaced and addressed” before the big day.
If we want to improve care quality and control costs, it’s not just the patient and family that should be placed at the center, says David Muntz, who proposes a new formula to help “extend our focus and change our vision.”
As the list of priorities continues to mount, maintaining any semblance of balance has become extremely challenging. But with the right mindset it can be achieved, says Sue Schade, who talks about her “intentions.”
In the midst of any major project – particularly one as taxing as an EHR implementation – what’s just as important as status meetings is a reminder of why the project is happening in the first place, says Sue Schade.
As digital tools continue to influence behaviors and market trends, participatory medicine needs to take center stage, says Sue Schade, sharing what she learned from a memorable presentation at the recent New England HIMSS event.