The EMR Twitter Roundup

Posted on October 26, 2018 I Written By

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Lots of really interesting discussions happening on Twitter about the EMR. Some are around really exciting developments. Others provide great insights. Others are complaining about how far we still have to go. Enjoy these EMR insights and perspectives as we head into the weekend.


I saw KLAS present this information at the MEDITECH MD and CIO Forum last week. The data is pretty compelling when it comes to EMR Training and Education and it’s tie to satisfaction.


The answer to this question is that this caluclation is really hard and the rules around it are really complicated and distributed across a large number of organizations. If we could solve this problem, it would be a great thing for patients. However, in our current system, it is a really hard problem to solve.


It’s great to see well done policies facilitated by technology. This is a great example of where that’s possible. However, this next tweet explains why we have to be careful about it too.


I hope he’s wrong about it being immortalized. Hopefully it’s just a step forward and that we’ll continue to see workflows adapted and changed. My guess is that he thinks they need to be scrapped completely and start over. Well, when has that ever happened in healthcare? Not very often. So, we have to stick to incremental improvement.