Digital medicine is here, and it’s here to stay.
Health Information Technology
Advances in health care technology are streamlining health care delivery. Electronic medical records (EMR systems) and other IT advances are boosting efficiency for organizations worldwide, but not without challenges. How can we best harness evolving health information technology?
Case Study by Ranjani K. Paradise, Carla Bettano & Toni McGuire
A group of seven community health centers in Massachusetts collaborated to implement a teledermatology program that improved access to specialty care for patients with skin conditions and reduced overall dermatology spending.
Talk by Laura L. Forese
A simple road map for health care organizations to follow when working through integration, which keeps the perspective of the patient in mind.
Case Study by Faina Linkov, Nicole Donnellan, Suketu Mansuria, John Comerci, Robert P. Edwards & Shalkar Adambekov
How an initiative designed to improve patient outcomes and satisfaction while containing costs led to sustainable change in surgical practice and physician behavior.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Article by William Gordon, Aneesh Chopra & Adam Landman
The pieces are in place for a truly disruptive shift in how patients can access and use their own clinical data to improve their health.
Article by Steven Strongwater & Joe Kimura
Primary care must leverage disruptive innovations to ensure that patients receive first-access, comprehensive, coordinated, continuous care that is woven into a seamlessly integrated system.
Article by Patricia D. Franklin, David C. Ayers & Elise Berliner
Smartly designed patient-centered registries capture longitudinal data to augment EHRs and enhance quality improvement, policy, and research efforts.
Article by Gregg S. Meyer, O’Neil Britton & Daniel Gross
Salient lessons learned over multiple electronic health record implementations.
Convening a Digitally Enabled Ecosystem to Address the Chronic Disease Burden of an Underserved Community
Article by Lynda Chin, Joseph B. McCormick & Raymond S. Greenberg
Disrupted by technologies, health care needs ecosystem-based solutions for integration and equitable access.