Improving electronic health records
We're partnering with multiple stakeholders to improve physician and end-user experience with electronic health records.
Why putting prices in EHRs will help doctors keep costs in check
Including prescription-drug prices in electronic health records would improve transparency while simultaneously strengthening the patient-doctor bond.
Cut burnout by following these 3 steps to optimize the EHR
EHR satisfaction improves when you take administrative burdens off physicians and maximize the system’s automation capabilities. Find out how.
5 keys to creating a better EHR alert
Sepsis is deadly and hard to assess. Learn about research on a sepsis alert that stands out from the pack and yields timely action.
E-prescribing controlled substances: Here’s why the clicks add up
70% of physicians e-prescribe, but only 20% can e-prescribe controlled substances. The AMA is asking EHR vendors for action to help change that.
These vendors are making EHR usability a top priority
Systems that require dozens of clicks for relatively simple tasks are a choice, not a fact of life. Find out how these vendors are following the AMA’s advice on EHRs that work better for patients and physicians.
How the EHR can help you ID, manage patients with prediabetes
Optimizing the electronic health record can help physicians and care teams identify and manage patients with prediabetes, Find out how.
Spending too much time typing in the EHR? You can change that
These five organizations have figured out how to redesign their practices to cut physicians’ administrative burden and deliver excellent patient care.
5 steps toward EHRs that are easier for physicians to use
The EHR user experience cannot be improved with a single-stakeholder approach. Regulators, policymakers, payers and health system leaders all must pitch in.