Leverage the EHR for effective clinical workflows

Tools to improve clinical workflows don’t necessarily require complex EHR integration. Often, solutions are built right into the system itself. Learn more in Leveraging the EHR for effective clinical workflows.
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Without effective workflows, doing any job can be a challenge, and clinical work is no exception. Thankfully, automation can simplify certain tasks and accelerate workflows – but it also has the potential to create challenges, and at times, frustration.

When it comes to electronic health record systems, or EHRs, a number of workflow automation capabilities not only promote the efficient completion of tasks, but also can transform how work is done and, ultimately, support better outcomes. Our new eBook, Leveraging the EHR for effective clinical workflows, explores four strategies that can help clinicians improve workflows by leveraging tools they already have within their EHR systems.

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