The Adoption Gap: Challenges and Strategies in Emerging Technologies
10:30am - 11:30amTuesday, March 6
Las Vegas - Venetian Convention Center
For more than a decade, the adoption of health information technology in the United States has been dominated by the implementation of large electronic health records, billing, and financial systems. As the disruption caused by the implementation of these systems begins to wane and systems stabilize, new technologies are emerging aimed at maximizing the value health systems derive from their enterprise installation. These new technologies are not dependent on external, forcing functions like mandates to drive adoption. Instead, adoption is driven by the need to implement technology that will help lower a caregiver’s cognitive demands to improve care and outcomes. During this session, we will dive into the challenges inherent in implementing these new, emerging technologies and present new strategies for ensuring adoption success.