How can physicians navigate the changes and challenges of today’s complex healthcare environment while doing what matters most – listening and caring for patients?
Physician leaders address current physician frustrations with technology and share insights into how to make EHRs easier to use.
How do physicians overcome challenges and practice the art of medicine? Read their perspectives, suggestions and points of view.
Sixty percent of physicians would retire if they had the means to do so. They’re spending more time documenting patient care than actually providing it. Something has to change. Find out what industry leaders suggest to get physicians back to their patients.
From Rockwell to Reality
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A Lost Luxury: Taking Patients Every Step of the Way
Physicians in the Foxhole
of physicians say that EHRs interfere with face-to-face communication during patient care.
of physicians say “patient relationships” are the most satisfying part of practicing medicine.
of an average ER physician’s time is spent directly with patients.
These videos of a recent panel show industry experts speaking frankly about physician frustrations, HIT policies and emerging technologies poised to improve the physician- patient experience.
John D. Halamka, MD, MS
Practicing Emergency Physician and CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Adam Landman, MD, MS, MIS, MHS
CMIO Health Information Innovation & Integration, Brigham & Women's Hospital
Keith J. Dreyer, DO, PhD, FACR
Vice Chairman of the Department of Radiology, Massachusetts General Hospital
Steven Stack, MD
Past Chair of the American Medical Association (AMA); Practicing Emergency Physician in KY
Transforming care, breaking down barriers
Industry and academic leaders who creatively brainstorm interventions will serve as the futurists who are transforming our care.
Doctors and tech: Who serves whom?
Giving physicians more say in how to incorporate technology into their work is good for patients, and the field.
We must all be engaged in the design, delivery, and re-imagination of healthcare.
Health IT is facing a disparity between where we are and where we would like to be.
Are Health IT Regulations Causing Stress Fractures?
How the repeated hammering of regulations, policy changes, and non-intuitive technology is causing fissures between patients and their physicians.
How do we get physicians back to the art of medicine?