— PatientKeeper (@PatientKeeper) December 19, 2012
It’s not good for morale, finances, or patient care. Although, it might be better than being stuck with an EHR that is worse for morale, finances and patient care. It’s not an easy decision to switch EHR, but sometimes it’s necessary. Although, this is an almost impossible decision for a hospital. See this post about the “Wrong EHR” conundrum.
— Gail Zahtz (@GailZahtz) December 18, 2012
I’m not sure how much of this twitter thread will embed. If it doesn’t, then here’s a link to see the full thread. I hope that we can continue to raise the call for more open systems and access to EHR by third party software! Which EHR will set themselves apart in this regard?
@drnoahnd 1 Keep your focus on the pt 2. Pt & doc should view EMR together 3. support transparency – pt sees everything 4. Do EMR real time
— Richard Vaughn MD (@rvaughnmd) December 17, 2012
Great advice for every doctor when it comes to EMR. It’s a hard shift for many, but I expect Dr. Noah won’t have any issues with this advice.