EHR Innovations Reduce Clinician Time by 50%
July 14 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT
Stephen O’Mahony, MD, FACP, VP & CHIO, RWJBarnabas Health & Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. EHRs are essential to healthcare transformation and quality improvement, however, lack of optimization for clinician workflow has led to their identification as a major contributor to physician dissatisfaction and potential burnout. RWJBH has partnered with a software innovation company’s predictive clinical workflow platform to surface the most relevant content for physicians in a view that is contextualized and prioritized for their needs. Dr. O’Mahony reviews how this EHR overlay can improve quality and close care gaps while greatly improving physician efficiency and satisfaction. He also discusses how using FHIR APIs can significantly reduce development time for integrating AI, and facilitate interoperability with other EHRs.