West Bend, Wis.
- "Technology does not drive change at all. Technology merely enables change. It's our collective cultural response to the options and opportunities presented by technology that drives change."
Those are words, uttered by technology forecaster Paul Saffo
, which Kim Pemble lives by. For Pemble, VP/CIO of
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nd information services," he said.
That, he said, should be a more consistent way of looking at IT projects than he has witnessed in a variety of industries, including healthcare. Prior to joining Synergy Health, he served as a principal for Information eVolution Consulting, an advisor to healthcare organizations, as an assistant professor in the Colleg......
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matches the order.
Nurses also can enter related information, such as when medications were administered late because the patient was at a procedure.
Thus far, Pemble said he has received very positive feedback from the nurses. They have commented that implementation wasn't as difficult as they expected, and that eMARS is a better way to document the administration of medication......Full article >>>
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