By Monica E. Oss The role of electronic health records (EHRs) in provider organization strategy has moved in an interesting direction over the past couple of years—from a mandated electronic filing cabinet to the core of organizational performance management. In a recent survey of health care executives on their post-pandemic plans, 60% said their top priority was “getting the most out of existing information technology investments such as their electronic health record (EHR) system.” To do this, 30% of leaders said their biggest information technology (IT) investments will be in EHR upgrades and 25% will focus on cybersecurity investments. In addition, 22% plan to…
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