Hospital staff can often be less than satisfied with their facility’s EHR, leaving organizations with the challenge of how best to optimize their systems while avoiding discontent. The problem is a common one, often caused by an array of issues—poor design, unmet expectations, and shoddy implementation, among others.
By understanding the underlying causes of staff dissatisfaction and addressing those problems, hospitals can better enable a smooth transition to a new EHR system or take better advantage of the current iteration. To read the full article, visit For the Record Magazine: