In this interview, Harun Rashid, VP of IS & CIO, Akron Children’s Hospital, discusses physician burnout and efforts underway to evolve the EMR past being a billing system to be more intelligent and allow caregivers to make decisions properly, reducing alert fatigue, and enabling them to focus on the highest risk areas.
The HIT Like a Girl podcast is a space for ladies working in health IT to speak their mind, share their ideas, and boast a little about their accomplishments and contributions, interruption-free. In this episode, Kelly Del Gaudio, Principal Consultant, is interviewed by the HIT Like a Girl team of Joy Rios and Robin Roberts, and advises women looking for careers in #healthIT to find their professional cheerleaders.
Robert M. Downey, Vice President of Product Development and Justin Campbell, Vice President of Strategy from Galen Healthcare discuss legacy systems, migration and the ONC EHR contract guidance with “healthcare de jure” host, Attorney, Matt Fisher, Healthcare Compliance and Corporate Partner, Mirick O’Connell.
Note: This is an excerpt from an article originally published on HealthData Answers.
In an EHR market rife with consolidation and replacement, healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) have adopted healthcare data archival solutions to retire legacy systems. While substantial benefits may be achieved through legacy system retirement and archival, additional risks may be introduced due to missed data sets including contextual audit trails, referenced data in ancillary systems, data change & version history, and infrequently used, invisible fields or other metadata.