KLAS: Top 10 innovation priorities for health systems in response to COVID-19

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Shift to telehealth/virtual care: 49 percent.
Downturn of non-COVID-19 priorities: 40 percent.
Concentrate on COVID-19: 26 percent.
Concentrate on workflow enhancement for remote work: 17 percent.
Concentrate on income cycle: 10 percent.
Focus on personnel: 6 percent.
Concentrate on improved supply chain visibility: 6 percent.
Change in interaction innovation: 6 percent.
Focus on patient access and care: 5 percent.
Increased use of AI/robots: 2 percent.
No modification in concerns: 7 percent.

For its Top of Mind for Top Health Systems 2021: Digital health priorities in the era of COVID-19 report, KLAS Research partnered with Pittsburgh-based Center for Connected Medicine to survey health system CIOs, primary medical details officers and other executives about their digital health initiatives and concerns during the pandemic..

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The COVID-19 pandemic has actually pushed telehealth and remote work abilities to the leading edge of health systems agendas, according to KLAS Research..

Heres what the participants stated when asked what impacts COVID-19 had on their development priorities:.

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Tuesday, October 20th, 2020
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