Becker's Healthcare June 10, 2024
Naomi Diaz

An unpublished survey from the Department of Veterans Affairs revealed that its new Oracle Health EHR system is not helping improve patient care, Bloomberg reported June 7.

The VA conducted an internal survey in March and April with 2,000 users at five VA facilities and several off-site centers as part of an ongoing evaluation of its Oracle Health EHR system, a process that has involved a consultant for more than a year. The survey’s findings, obtained by Bloomberg, were shared with the department’s leadership and members of Congress.

The report, conducted in partnership with KLAS, found that fewer than 20% of physicians, nurses and other healthcare employees believe Oracle Health’s EHR allows them to provide “high-quality care.”

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