As any clinician today can tell you, the application of new technologies in integrated health care have failed to keep up with other industries in today’s era of digital transformation. Yet it’s widely accepted that technology is fundamental to the operation of efficient organizations. Given the electronic health record (EHR) is the principal electronic interface most clinicians use today, the path to improved data-driven outcomes is through optimizing its use. Still, many integrated health care organizations fail to realize the true capabilities of a highly integrated EHR that can exchange data between other devices and other systems and interpret and store data.
In this white paper, we’ve provided the benefits of optimizing your EHR, outlined the consequences and benefits of the use of such technology, and highlighted the five things preventing technology adoption in health care.
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