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Healthcare organizations have a large amount of data that can be used to make improvements in the way the business is run. Partners Healthcare found that Natural Language Processing can be used to evaluate how decision support can be optimized to reduce alert fatigue and present more effective user messages.
In this blog we are talking about recent survey that was published in Nature that dives into how physicians perceive AI in the healthcare space.
Extract’s Vice President of Professional Services and former Epic employee Rob Fea concludes our series on Fortune’s Death by a Thousand Clicks article, sharing personal experience and insight about electronic health records.
Physician burnout is an increasingly common problem that is exacerbated by cumbersome processes in the EHR. Here we’re looking at some of the causes and solutions to this problem.
We’re taking a four part look at Fortune magazine’s article on the current trouble with EHRs. In our second part, we’re examining how errors occur in the EHR.
We’re taking a four part look at Fortune magazine’s article on the current trouble with EHRs. In our first part, we provide an overview of the problems.
Learn more about organ donation as April is National Donate Life Month.
While EMRs are looked to as being timesavers and a definitive source of patient information, they are still prone to errors. Learn more here about some of these errors and how they are caused.
Reaching HIMSS EMRAM Stage 7 is a major milestone for healthcare organizations optimizing their EHR. Learn about some of the benefits and pitfalls that lie ahead.
Workflow and data standardization is an ongoing effort in healthcare institutions. Learn more about the workarounds healthcare providers have to use and the steps that can be taken to avoid them.