Workflow woes, data integrity concerns, and EHR alarm fatigue are still tops on ECRI's watch list of dangerous healthcare technologies for 2016.
By Monte Reel and Jordan Robertson November 2015
"We are making significant investments in research and development around the broader issues relating to population health. Our history with population health goes way, way back to our very earliest electronic health records systems. In the early days of electronic health records, managed care organizations that jumped in first and because of that the core Epic system have just an absolute wealth of population health management features built in. Think of it as our healthcare operating system.
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2. Growth: 52 percent
3. Innovation: 48 percent
4. Global cost: 45 percent
5. Customers: 41 percent