At best, data cleanups are temporary. And accumulated errors cause EHRs to fail to find medical records or patients to be confused with other patients, or result in duplicate or overlaid records.
“Integrating Social Determinants of Health into the Electronic Health Records of a Large Health System: A Qualitative Perspective,” a peer-reviewed study published in Perspectives in Health Information Management, explores barriers and facilitators for the integration of SDOH into the EHR system of a large diverse healthcare system in South Florida.
As electronic health information exchange becomes more prevalent, payers are increasingly seeking direct access to EHR systems for automated medical record collection and aggregation.
Sharing lessons learned from critical culture and strategy transformation at Mayo Clinic, with four EHR go-lives in two years.