Bedside caregivers provide most direct care for patients, from monitoring and continuity – no one seems to argue with that assertion. Still most electronic health records (EHRs) focus primarily on the combination of organizational performance and doctor-related costs of care, clinical decision efficacy, error reduction and documentation. What bedside caregivers do and need is often an afterthought. The healthcare industry needs the powerful impact of EHRs that help bedside clinicians more.  EHRs need to enhance bedside caregivers with intelligence-driven capabilities. Five healthcare organizations rigorously undertook six studies of how Allscripts SunriseTM affects bedside caregivers with nurses as the focal point – primarily both as the mainstays of the bedside presence, as well as proxy perspectives for the team of bedside non-physician caregivers. What was found, and published in peer-review*, adds enormous substance to the favorability of best-EHR impacts on bedside […]