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Where is The Friction in Your Organization?

Published on April 23, 2013 By EHRblogger

In physics, friction is broadly defined as a force that resists motion. More friction means more work required to move in the direction that you want to. However, this concept isn’t limited to physical objects–we frequently make use of the term in software, as well. For example, in the world of online retail, friction applies [...]

One Size Fits None

Published on March 7, 2013 By EHRblogger

In my world of technical implementations, no two clients or projects are the same. Even within the same practice, each individual client is unique and values different things. In a perfect setting, this would translate into a tailored EHR implementation approach, which focuses on the needs of each provider rather than a single practice-wide workflow. [...]

3 Tips to Avoid Falling Victim to an EHR Implementation Failure

Published on May 5, 2011 By EHRblogger

EHR implementation failures happen far too often—the software doesn’t live up to user expectations, time-consuming data entry is required, physician workflow is disrupted, and, in the vast majority of cases, a sharp decline in productivity occurs. These are just some of the reasons why, according to a recent KLAS report, more than a third of [...]