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How can technology improve patient care and reduce costs?

Travis Good, MD

Co-founder, CEO & Chief Privacy Officer

August 24, 2017   Innovation

That’s the most important question clinicians are asking themselves in a post-EHR world where patients have supercomputers in their pockets, and they expect the same high-quality, on-demand experiences the Apples, Googles, Amazons, and Facebooks give them.

A world where doctors are spending more time looking at a screen than engaging with the patient.

A world where wearables are creating a glut of data, some useful but most of it useless, and none of it fits into the EHR seamlessly.

But especially a world where innovators and entrepreneurs have never been more equipped with ideas, access to funding, and technology doubling in power every few years. These innovators are poised to help transform healthcare, but something in the industry, something in the system is slowing them down or holding them back.

Datica explored the question of “how does technology actually make an impact?” in a series of interviews with influential thinkers and doers. The result is a publication of essays called, “Rethinking Healthcare Technology.” We invite you to take a look at our interactive thought leadership gallery for insights from:

Travis Good, MD
Travis Good, MD
Co-founder, CEO & Chief Privacy Officer
Introduction
Marc Chasin, MD
Marc Chasin, MD
Vice President & Chief Information Officer, St. Luke's Health System
“Flipping the Paradigm to Create a Truly Patient-Centered Health System”
Gregory A. Ator, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Gregory A. Ator, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Associate Professor, KU Medical Center; Director, Division of Otology/Neurotology
“Making Sure Technology Helps, Not Impedes, the Doctor-Patient Experience”
Jacob Behrens, MD
Jacob Behrens, MD
CEO and Medical Director of Envision ADHD
“Physician autonomy and healthcare innovation ”
Brad Schwartz, MD
Brad Schwartz, MD
CEO, Morgridge Institute for Research
“Putting Decision Making on Digital Health Technology Back in the Hands of Physicians”
Jocelyn DeWitt, PhD
Jocelyn DeWitt, PhD
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, University of Wisconsin Health Center
“Reaching for the Cloud to Make Digital Health Systems More Agile and Effective”
Lyle Berkowitz, MD, FACP, FHIMSS
Lyle Berkowitz, MD, FACP, FHIMSS
Director of Innovation, Northwestern Memorial HealthCare
“Simplify, Automate, Delegate: How technology can make doctors happier and patients healthier”
Christiana DelloRusso, PhD
Christiana DelloRusso, PhD
Partner, Providence Ventures
“Thoughtful Perseverance and Creative Intent Will Enable Digital Transformation in Health Care”

Explore the essays at datica.com/innovation/leadership-gallery.

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