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myhealthtechblog.com — “Link: Thoughts on the Year Ahead John Halamka presents his ideas about the major issues for 2012.. ICD10 - John predicts 25% of IT capacity will be consumed by ICD10 this year. Not good... Meaningful Use Stage 2 including inpatient clinical documentation - now this is exciting. Potential criteria will likely include improvements to clinical records that improve care coordination and communication between providers. John suggested use of templates and social-networking like group documentation. A” View full resource at myhealthtechblog.com
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Dr. John Dempster is a board-certified Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (ND) and a writer and speaker on health and wellness with a strong focus in functional and integrative medicine. Dr. Dempster believes that healing comes from within, and that the body has an innate capacity to heal itself. He encourages and empowers each individual with new skills to achieve their health goals.
After 17 years in technology, including various leadership roles, and now as a Registered Nurse, I turn my attention to the use of technology within the healthcare industry. As for I look forward to the many opportunities it will present to help clinicians make sense of the technology, save time and effort, and reduce potential errors. The ability to increase direct patient care and reduce administrative effort will provide the ability to reach the goals of higher quality of care and improved health outcomes. Healthcare is, and remains, one of the most pressing challenges facing our nation (and the world) in the 21st century. Almost any discussion related to improving healthcare, whether it implicates reducing costs or improving patient safety and satisfaction, usually has technology as a core component. Technology, in and of itself, will not solve the problem, but used appropriately will contribute to the transformation of healthcare, as it has in many other industries. I write about these issues on my blog.