Successful team adoption of the EHR has the power to transform healthcare but today seems not to be working. Over half of physicians are pointing to the EHR as a driver of burnout and its ineffective in improving care. Why is this happening? The KLAS Arch Collaborative and Stanford WellMD research efforts are both finding a common challenge: healthcare needs to focus more on creating better team and enhancing clinician mastery of new tools and new workflows that better fit the 21st century. Learn why these efforts will help organizations simultaneously fight clinician andphysician burnout and better take advantage of EHR functionality that they already have.
Analyze the learnings of both the Stanford WellMD and KLAS Arch Collaborative research efforts to understand the common principles that lead to decreased physician burnout and greater EHR success
Discuss specific case studies of successful provider organizations who have created greater EHR mastery in their EHR users, connecting this greater mastery to better clinician fulfillment
Recognize many of the common myths that organizations have regarding creating EHR success and decreasing burnout
Summarize a checklist that organizations can use to measure their own EHR success readiness and progress towards decreased burnout