- Fragmented healthcare technologies and poor usability design contribute to clinician burnout.
- EHRs play an important role as the most trusted source of documentation but are often mis-used for clinical communication and collaboration, a use case they were not designed for.
- Health systems can improve clinical usability and satisfaction by investing in the essential partnership between purpose-built Clinical Collaboration Platforms (CCPs) and EHRs.
The Covid-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on healthcare’s challenge with clinical communication and collaboration. Fragmented and mis-used technologies are often key contributors to this challenge. The following infographic outlines the impact that sub-optimal technology solutions have on clinician burnout. The perfect complement to an EHR is a purpose-built Clinical Communication Platform (CCP) designed to allow clinicians and staff to communicate quickly and efficiently.