Compared to nations with similar economies, progress notes in the U.S. are extremely voluminous. In this edition of the Checkup, Dr. Craig Joseph dives into the perils of note bloat and what’s needed to course correct.
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Clinical decision support is often associated with pop-up alerts that take over the screen and interrupt workflow. Dr. Craig Joseph discusses why non-interruptive clinical decision support needs to become the norm.
Dr. Jerome Pagani lays out the elements of platform solutions and their core focus on supporting the delivery of healthcare goods and services.
Help stop mumpsimuses at the source! The pandemic exposed many of these unreasonable traditions and has proven we should reconsider their use in healthcare.
In the latest Checkup, Dr. Craig Joseph shares why a well-thought-out research-backed de-implementation approach is needed to achieve better patient care.
In the latest Checkup, Dr. Craig Joseph dives into decluttering technology and outdated clinical practices to alleviate physicians' workload.
The cure for post-implementation blues lies in the ability to understand and plan for continual change.
Find out what the healthcare industry can learn from the world of aviation when it comes to safety reporting & data sharing in the latest Checkup from Craig Joseph, MD.
Can OpenNotes be too open? In the latest Checkup, Dr. Craig Joseph lays out the pros and cons of OpenNote in healthcare systems.
Radical changes in healthcare won’t come from the churn and burn of digital innovation, but instead from the infrastructure modernization that is so sorely needed. Learn why modernizing the enterprise is key to unlocking improved delivery and health outcomes in this article from Dr. Jerome Pagani.
Senior Consultant Nick Davis shares the key questions you should ask when preparing your end-of-contract checklist.
Nordic celebrated U.S. National Health IT Week, Oct. 8-12, by spotlighting those who are catalyzing change in healthcare. Check out our roundup of the week's top highlights.