— Perficient Health IT (@Perficient_HC) April 10, 2013
And every ambulatory doctor said, “Who cares?” Then they heard the answer, “Your new boss, the hospital CIO.”
My new blog post: “EHR” Has Finally Caught Up With “EMR” In Google Trends chuckwebster.com/2013/04/ehr-wo…
— Charles Webster, MD(@EHRworkflow) April 10, 2013
It only cost the government a $36 billion program to make it happen. I still prefer the term EMR, but it basically doesn’t matter to me now. I use them interchangeably (as you might have noticed).
I wouldn’t say that tech separates us. Tech improves patient care. I gave bed baths and doc in EMR. :) #rnfmradio
— Brittney Wilson (@TheNerdyNurse) April 9, 2013
I love The Nerdy Nurse. Great lady (check out her blog). I do have to say that the tech can separate us. Depends on how it’s implemented. Luckily, I know the Nerdy Nurse is great at understanding the needs of nurses in an implementation. So, maybe that’s why she sees it as improving patient care and not separating us.