Citing a recent JAMA Internal Medicine study, Dr. Craig Joseph dives into the differences between EHR use in the U.S. versus non-U.S. countries. Some results are more surprising than you'd think.
Posts by: Dr. Craig Joseph, Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Craig Joseph discusses the "default effect," highlighting how default EHR actions can not only improve the user experience, but also help clinical users take the best care of their patients.
Nordic's CMO Dr. Craig Joseph shares what healthcare IT experts should be doing right now to prepare to administer the COVID-19 vaccines.
Inspired by a recent article from the Journal of the American Medical Association about de-adopting low-value care, Dr. Craig Joseph shares three EHR practices he believes should be de-adopted for better results.
In his second blog post on broken EHR windows, Dr. Craig Joseph discusses how to find those problem areas in your system.
Dr. Craig Joseph applies the Broken Window theory to the EHR and makes a case for fixing the minor errors.
Dr. Craig Joseph discusses "EHR theater" a term he's dubbed to describe the false sense of security pop-up warnings and alerts present in the EHR.
Dr. Joseph discusses how small healthcare information technology changes can have outsized results on clinical/operational staff and patients.
With new federal rules aimed at reducing documentation for physicians and giving patients greater access to PHI, now is the time to rethink documentation.
When we focus too much on quality metrics and too little on the patient, then we're chasing after the wrong goal.
Recent legislation will allow patients easier access to their chart data, so prepare for dicussions about privacy protections and data blocking.
Nordic's CMO dives into the history of E/M codes and how a proposed CMS rule change could help eliminate unneccessary documentation.