John Squire, president and COO at ambulatory software vendor Amazing Charts, offers four health information technology predictions for 2016:
Problems will provide new answers for EHRs. With a few notable exceptions, EHRs are often blamed for physician burnout and dissatisfaction. Now EHR vendors are exploring the problem-oriented medical record, a more intuitive approach that works the same way a doctor thinks. It organizes clinical records and practice workflows around specific patient problems, making it faster and more satisfying for physicians to use. Look for new problem-based EHR systems to gain market share in 2016.
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