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Rodney Dykehouse of Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin warns against tech for its own sake

Rodney Dykehouse does not chase technology.

For the Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin CIO, implementing electronic medical re......

Full article >>> have long employed people to pass what amount to gigantic streams of notes.

Whenever a patient gets a shot, a pill or a new bandage, someone documents it. Staff may inadvertently sideline this documentation process, over the course of a hectic day, to care directly for the patient. Digital information allows for constant documentation because it fits tightly into routines. It provides eas......

Full article >>> challenge of introducing an abrupt change to many of the most experienced practitioners.

"[Digital technology] changes everything about how they documented the care for the patients for 20 to 30 years and it's a lot to say 'okay, drop the paper and pick up the mouse,'" he said.

Nevertheless, Dykehouse must work with the leadership to convince their colleagues. Communication from ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Emily Laughnan 04/27/05


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