«A survey of CHIME executives by digital health company symplr, unveiled during the HLTH conference, indicates executives have adopted new technology at a fast pace, but those new tools and software solutions aren’t always compatible.»

«Health system leaders say they’re being swamped by technology solutions that don’t integrate with other solutions, and it’s costing them a lot of money and stress.»

«This, in turn, puts more pressure on the enterprise, increasing clinician burnout, complicating patient care, and slowing the pace of healthcare innovation.»

«Those takeaways can be found in a survey of 132 members of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME), conducted by Michigan-based digital health company symplr and unveiled during the recent HLTH conference in Las Vegas. It paints a picture of an industry that has been embracing new technology at a rapid pace, but hasn’t been making sure those new tools and software solutions play well together.»

Article written by ERIC WICKLUND



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