When I speak to professional organizations on the topic of clinical documentation, I like to show a slide of Larry Tesler, and ask if anyone knows who he is. So far, no one has been able to identify him (at least, not unless they’ve been to one of my talks before!). Mr. Tesler worked at …VIEW DETAILS
In Part 1 of this discussion, we looked at the emerging role that Rules-Based Expert Systems and “Software as a Service” are starting to play in Clinical Documentation. This discussion continues in Part 2 as we move on to look at new applications for Business Intelligence in CDI Business Intelligence The utilization of an electronic …VIEW DETAILS
The Photographic Painting Often the value of a new technology is often not understood for many years after its invention. The first film cameras (remember film?!) were initially used to capture landscapes, still life studies and portraits. In that regard, they were acting as a “photographic painting”, capturing the standard known subject matter for artists …VIEW DETAILS
Whether selecting and adapting an inpatient or an outpatient clinical information system, a little “homework” can go a long way towards helping to ease the pains of adoption: Start by carefully defining your current information environment, followed by a complete description of the functionality that you want (now and in the future). List all systems …VIEW DETAILS
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