MedCity News January 21, 2022
Karlene Kerfoot

In this new era of digitally-driven healthcare, nurse informaticists play a pivotal role in ensuring the long-term success of new technologies and the physicians, nurses, and staff who use them.

The pandemic-driven technology revolution has transformed the healthcare industry more in the past two years than any other period in history. While some changes represent temporary measures, the rapid emergence of clinician-facing digital solutions is a trend that will likely stick. Regardless of how effective these technologies may be, change is disruptive, and opposing change is a natural tendency that’s hard-wired into all of us — including physicians and nurses.

To mitigate these human-centered hurdles and ensure the least amount of disruption, special care must be taken when designing and...

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