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Taylor Davis Sep 27
Through the we’ve been able to identify orgs with the most successful EHR users. The Guidebook is full of best practices from Collaborative data and these provider voices.
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Melissa Swanfeldt Aug 6
Meeting with personalization is key to EHR satisfaction.
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Taylor Davis Sep 23
20th organization to resurvey in just got their results. Overall scores up by 11.3 points. Congratulations to the organizations that are working hard to improve! (Report coming soon in this area.)
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Ken Camp May 15
OH on Twitter: Technology can't resolve ineffective processes. It is the greatest magnify glass.
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Ade Byrne Esq.🏂 🇪🇺🇪🇺🇪🇺 Feb 12
session with Taylor from KLAS and legend. Looking forward to this one.
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Jared Jeffery Oct 4
Talking about: ☑️ Training ☑️ Governance ☑️ Personalization "Satisfaction with should be the baseline. JOY in medicine is the goal." - Spencer Erman of Cc: , Compass Medical
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Taylor Davis Sep 4
KLAS is making more of the findings public. Here is the link:
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Christopher A. Longhurst May 15
1/ Very excited to publish EHR satisfaction data from 72,000 clinicians across 156 provider organizations at - result of a great partnership with and the
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rachel dunscombe May 15
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Lee David Milligan Feb 22
we received our results today. wow. this info is powerful. the insights are incredible.
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John Lee May 16
Check out my latest article: The EMR as a Super Power via
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Craig Joseph May 16
Kaelber: if you know how to use a hammer and we give you a nail gun without training and recommendations, bad things will happen. Hammer:nail gun as paper:EHR. I get it.
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Rodney Hickman Aug 8
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KLAS Oct 7
Appreciate Michele Lauria of sharing her insights at .
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Jared Jeffery Aug 30
data shows that quality -not method- makes the biggest impact on training improving satisfaction. Classroom vs. at-the-elbow etc. We've seen orgs successful w/ all. Only caveat's that online trainings often lag behind.
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Brian Gallant Feb 12
Replying to @Healthcare_Kate
Boars Head stands have great pickles!👍start.
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Sarah Moorhead Mar 24
ahead at & superb to see on here watching the analysis tomorrow. Excited for with too, our history told live!
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Rodney Hickman Oct 3
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Jared Jeffery Oct 22
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Jordan Dale May 16
“Our doctors are so busy chopping wood that they can’t pause to sharpen their axe.” Dr. Eschenroeder from talking about how to build clinician relationships with rounding and at the elbow support
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