Hospital & Physicians

Nurses Far More Satisfied with EHRs Than Physicians, KLAS Report Finds

Nurses are much more satisfied with their EHRs (electronic health records) than physicians, with some of the strongest satisfaction points related to patient care, according to a new report from KLAS Research.KLAS Arch Collaborative includes a database of more than 70,000 U.S. clinicians and 28,000 nurses. The feedback in this latest report, The Nurse EHR

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How Smart Hospitals Handle Mission-Critical IT The Dont Compete For Campus Resources

Over the last several decades, the adoption of automated healthcare systems has dramatically accelerated in healthcare organizations, especially in the hospital campus environment. In fact, we are already transitioning from the digital hospital phase to the smart hospital phase, when it comes to the deployment of automated systems in hospitals that use state-of-the-art IT. This

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Hospitals have ‘holy grail of personal data,’ yet their spending lags on digital security

CHICAGO When most people go to the hospital, data security is the last thing on their minds. Theyre in pain, anxious and unsure. They want to be treated and return to their lives.Yet sometimes patients still have cause to worry months after they leave the hospital. Theyre discovering that data they gave to health systems

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Has Physician Burnout Really Eased? And What Might That Mean for Health IT Leaders?

Its become impossible for the leaders of patient care organizations to escape the subject of physician burnout; that issue has become the subject of innumerable articles, blogs, research reports, and discussion panels at the most prestigious and high-profiles across the U.S. And that level of prominence is for good reason: if significant numbers of physicians

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Can Hospitals Use EHR Interoperability Model For Diversity?

By David Conejo, CEO, Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services; President of the New Mexico Rural Hospital Network and a Board Member of the New Mexico Hospital Association Better patient outcomes have long been the mantra of hospital executives, providers and healthcare technology vendors as they continue to integrate diverse data and electronic healthcare record

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R X FOR KIDS–New equipment at hospital RMCH the place for eye, ear testing

By Bill Donovan Correspondent GALLUP/2/21/19 — Gallup parents will no longer have to travel to Albuquerque to get their young children tested for various hearing and vision problems, officials at the Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital said Wednesday. David Conejo, CEO of the hospital, said that the hospital has purchased new equipment that will allow doctors

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