Busting Myths One Study at a Time

The one constant about change is no one really likes it. That’s especially true when talk of adopting new technology surfaces in a healthcare setting. So you might be surprised by the results of three studies that look at nurses’ perceptions about the adoption of EHRs discussed in a recent article in Healthcare Technology Management (HMT). You’ll note my name at the top of the page as a co-author of this article. More importantly, you’ll also see the bylines of three nursing administrators with whom I worked to examine the effect automated systems have on what nurses do every day and how they impact patient outcomes. Check out the article for detailed results of the studies undertaken at two large urban hospitals and one rural community hospital in the article. In a nutshell, what we discovered is the widely held […]