Partners in care: A paradigm shift for providers and tech

In order for health information systems to become more valuable to providers, they must evolve to transform and package data in a way that serves the clinician at the point of care, for the problem they’re trying to solve.
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In Technology as a partner: Re-engaging clinicians for success, IMO’s chief medical officer, Andrew S. Kanter, MD, speaks to the pressing need to improve the provider experience in order to achieve the Quadruple Aim. While any number of changes can be made to help providers, a close look at healthcare technology will be required to really move the needle.

Indeed, transforming the relationship between clinicians and the health systems in which they work, must begin with transforming the relationship between clinicians and technology – and that means re-envisioning how the technology collects, presents, and uses data.

To learn more, download the white paper here.

Dr. Andrew Kanter joined IMO in 1995 and now serves as the Chief Medical Officer. Andrew is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Biomedical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology at Columbia University and has served as the former Director of Health Information Systems/Medical Informatics for the Millennium Villages Project at the Earth Institute. He received both his MD and MPH from Harvard University in 1991 and completed a medical residency and chief residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle from 1991–1995.

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