Automating certain tasks within the systems could be the key to settling EHR dissatisfaction.
Using this method to identify children in a pediatric emergency department with severe sepsis reduced missed diagnoses by 76%.
The most successful EHR vendor technologies used by hospitals and health systems around the globe share several traits in common.
Healthcare providers are using mobile health technology to transform clunky CPAP devices into high-tech mHealth platforms, giving doctors better insight into sleep and breathing problems.
An HHS taskforce recently submitted recommendations to Congress including improvements to EHR security.
Consumers are starting to feel empowered to make personal decisions based upon the patient-generated health data from their mHealth devices.
More than half of health providers surveyed said they only use the database when they suspect a patient may misuse the medication.
The final report, which was mandated by the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2016, barely differs from the draft that hit the web in early May (most of the changes were to punctuation). As in the earlier version, the final report sets out six "imperatives" for bolstering cybersecurity, including better information-sharing about threats and developing ways to protect research and development from cyberattacks. The task force called for a new healthcare-specific cybersecurity framework and for amendments to the Physician Self-Referral Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute to make it easier for large health systems assist smaller practices with their cybersecurity.