Keren Ofri, M.D., Senior Vice President of Medical Operations at medCPU, has over 10 years of academic, research, and clinical experience, with interests in safe and efficient clinical practices, and technology. Since 2012, Dr. Ofri has specialized in the field of Medical Informatics with the goal of improving clinical decision support and healthcare delivery. From 2012 to 2014, she designed and grew medCPU’s Medical Development division including hiring and training a team, which now includes more than 50 physicians and nurses. As part of its work, the team converts best-practice rules and protocols derived from extensive evidence-based medicine into customized system library modules. Since 2014, Dr. Ofri has been responsible for designing and building medCPU’s Medical Operations & Client Management division that includes 10 clinicians and is growing. She oversees all implementations from inception throughout the life of the system and works closely enterprise-wide with client leadership ensuring optimization of healthcare systems for quality, productivity, and efficiency.

Six End-User Hurdles That Can Trip Up Healthcare IT Implementations

New healthcare IT implementations can sometimes miss opportunities to be fully welcomed and appreciated by end-users – Healthcare IT their acceptance is essential to the overall success of the project. To deliver a useful and satisfying solution it’s important to be aware of the following six hurdles from project green-light through post-adoption. Clear each of

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