Healthcare IT News July 29, 2021
Bill Siwicki

A user experience manager at Google discusses technology fatigue, machine learning’s role in electronic health record design, workflow optimization and more.

Given that existing health IT tools – especially electronic health records – notoriously are not very user-friendly, many healthcare information technology vendors are spending time and resources designing IT that makes clinicians happy.

One such vendor, Google Health, recently introduced Care Studio, software designed to streamline healthcare information for clinicians. It brings together information from different EHRs, and lets doctors and nurses browse and search in one streamlined interface.

Google Health has a wide array of IT design expertise. Healthcare IT News has tapped that expertise, interviewing Melissa Strader, UX manager at the company. She discusses keys for designing EHRs for...

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Topics: EMR / EHR, Health IT, Interview / Q&A, Physician, Primary care, Provider, Technology, Trends
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