By Monica E. Oss Our new survey of tech adoption among specialty provider organizations  – The Tech-Enabled Provider Organization: The 2020 OPEN MINDS Health & Human Services Technology Survey – found that 58% of specialty provider organizations and 76% of primary care organizations use clinical decision support technology. This proportion has increased over recent years, but is nowhere near what would be needed to optimize care for consumers or participate in value-based reimbursement arrangements. Using data to make care planning and treatment decisions is not well received by all clinical professionals. Clinical staff are concerned that their autonomy is compromised, that the available data may not be accurate, and that the collection of data…
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