By Edgar Wilson – All the technology in the world won’t turn rugged individuals into a functioning team. Experts across the spectrum of business and healthcare alike are singling-out the central problem withholding the full value of emerging technology: management.Read More
By Edgar Wilson – As the saying goes, what got us here won’t keep us here. Politicians, providers, and programmers across the country by now know (or should) that bringing on an enterprise EHR system does not transform care delivery or clinical operations overnight.
By Edgar Wilson – Discussions of the benefits, potential, and future of EHRs trumpet the advance of personalized healthcare built on the intersection of patient history and genetic data. President Obama has advanced a program to integrate genomics data into both research and treatment, known as the Precision Medicine Initiative.
By Edgar Wilson – Achieving interoperability is not just a technical hurdle: it is a challenge to the thinking of medical professionals. With all the current burdens how to get an already overburdened professional class to provide more collaborative care?
By Edgar Wilson – Oversharing is no longer just an obnoxious trend on Facebook—it is a professional hazard for healthcare professionals everywhere. With the advance of increasingly sophisticated EHR systems built around access, the risk of sharing patient documents and information faces some critical new hurdles.