McKnight's November 9, 2022
Ingrid Svensson

In daily life, a few minutes of wasted time can quickly offset overall productivity. The healthcare field is no different. As the industry continues to digitize at an accelerated pace, electronic health record (EHR) solutions have become increasingly mainstream, but the ever-changing landscape will require them to continually evolve.

The rapid growth of demand for home-based care and patient-centric experiences, prompted in part by the pandemic, has led healthcare providers to place greater reliance on digital tools like EHRs to boost efficiency. Initially, EHRs were designed to streamline medical claims and billing processes, but the technology ushered in a brand-new paradigm of patient care by improving the way by which providers and patients communicate. 

Recently, health information technologies such as...

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