According to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, 83% of physicians had adopted an EHR by the end of 2014. EHRs are widely considered a necessary component of providing safe, high-quality patient care. Work flow evaluation and redesign are critical to the initial EHR implementation success, and it is also important to continue to improve workflows to maintain practice success. EHR optimization allows physicians and their practices to function efficiently and receive maximum return and benefit from their systems. Join ECG Principal Michelle Holmes and Skagit Regional Clinics Chief Physician Officer Jeffrey S. Gibbs, M.D. for the session.
- Establish measurable EHR work flow performance indicators that align with organizational goals.
- Critique the required data elements needed to establish baseline performance, identify improvement opportunities and measure optimization progress.
- Evaluate processes, share experiences and manage expectations to ensure practice success.