The Meaningful Use Effect
If you question whether Meaningful Use is benefitting healthcare, look no further than Catholic Health. This health system credits the program for many of its recent clinical improvements.
MEANINGFUL USE, EHRS EVALUATED
MU Stage 2 Wish List
Galang reveals his Stage 2 wish list to Health IT Outcomes editor-in-chief Ken Congdon in this video, starting with clinical business intelligence and “figuring out a way to make vendors go faster.” Galang also share his priorities from a health IT perspective.
Manage Physician Adoption, Acceptance Of EHRs
Health IT Outcomes editor-in-chief Ken Congdon talks with Galang and Shearer about how the clinical staff is leveraging and becoming accustomed to using EHR technology, and the impact that has had on day-to-day activity.
Finding Flaws With Meaningful Use Structure
The daily battles with Meaningful Use and EHR implementations is the focus of this video with Health IT Outcomes editor-in-chief Ken Congdon. Galang touches on best ways to document and interact with patients, as well as the future of EHRs. Shearer looks back at Stage 1 and the unique challenges it presented, as well as the challenges Stage 2 is poses.
Challenges, Frustrations Of Integrating An EHR
Galang provides his thoughts of what he found most challenging and frustrating with the EHR implementation process in this video with Health IT Outcomes editor-in-chief Ken Congdon. Galang also talks about what still needs to be done to complete the project. Shearer shares her thoughts as well, focusing on mobile solutions.
BYOD Strategies To Keep PHI Safe
Galang and Shearer talk with Ken Congdon, Health IT Outcomes editor-in-chief, about Sisters of Charity’s BYOD policy in this video. They also discuss how iPhones and iPads are secured within the system, as well as what applications employees can use with their mobile devices, including the EHR.
Best Practices To Utilize, Secure Mobile Efficiently
In this video, Galang and Shearer tell Health IT Outcomes editor-in-chief Ken Congdon how they are using mobility throughout Sisters of Charity (part of Catholic Health, a non-profit healthcare system that provides care to Western New Yorkers across a network of hospitals, primary care centers, imaging centers, and several other community ministries) and how PHI is being secured on mobile devices.