EHR UsabilityCIOs Weigh in On Whats Needed to Improve Information Retrieval

EHR UsabilityCIOs Weigh in On Whats Needed to Improve Information Retrieval

A Frost & Sullivan CIO Survey in US Health IT

RELEASE DATE
10-Oct-2014
REGION
North America
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Market Research
Research Code: NE62-01-00-00-00
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Frost & Sullivan conducted an online survey of information technology (IT) professionals working in US healthcare provider organizations (primarily hospitals) from mid-March to mid-May, 2014. The maximum number of respondents was 66; the average number of respondents ranged between 50 and 66. Topics covered in the study include the deployment of electronic health records (EHRs) among US healthcare providers; typical expenditures for EHRs; perceptions of ROI for EHRs; common experience with information retrieval from EHRs; problems encountered with information retrieval from EHRs and the reason for those problems; core technology features needed to improve EHR search functionality; experience with core EHR vendors and the quality of their search utility; and whether providers deploy any additional technology solutions to address search functionality gap.

Table of Contents

The Use of Electronic Health Records

EHR Pain Points

Research Highlights

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Research Objectives

Methodology

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Summary of Respondent Demographics

CEO’s Perspective

Executive Summary—3 Big Predictions

Government Policies Drive EHR Adoption

The Transition to EHRs Dominates Healthcare Providers’ IT Focus and Efforts

Definitions and Purpose of Meaningful Use

CMS EHR Incentive Program Basics for Eligible Providers and Hospitals

The Status of EHR Incentive Payments for MU

EHR Adoption Trends—HITECH has Spurred Impressive Progress

Physician EHR Adoption Trends

Hospital EHR Adoption Trends

Surveys Show Physicians’ Growing Frustration with EHRs

Some Common EHR Pain Points for Clinicians

Key Dynamics Influencing EHR Usability

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Health IT Expenditures* Among Respondent Organizations

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Estimated Total Annual IT Spend

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—IT Spend as a Percent of Total Revenue

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Estimated Average Annual IT Spend per Bed

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Estimated Average Annual Spend on EHRs per Bed

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Attitude on ROI for EHR Expenditures

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Attitude on ROI for EHR Expenditures by Bed Size

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Predominate Experience with Information Retrieval from EHRs

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—EHR Information Retrieval Experience by Bed Size

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Common Scenarios Encountered With Information Retrieval from EHRs

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Causes of EHR Search Problems

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Core Technology Features Needed to Improve Information Retrieval from EHRs

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Highest Priorities for Improving Information Retrieval from EHRs

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Current and Planned Use of Add On Technology to Improve EHR Information Retrieval

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Sources of Future Innovation for EHR Search Functionality

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Vendors Supplying EHR

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Quality of End-User Search Utility Among Core EHR Vendors*

Experience with EHR Information Retrieval is a Mixed Bag

Commons Problems Encountered with Information Retrieval in EHRs

Key Causes of EHR Search Problems

Core Technology Features Needed To Improve EHR Search

Priorities for Improving Information Retrieval

Use of Add On Technology to Improve Information Retrieval

Sources of Search Functionality Innovation

Core EHR Vendors Deployed by Respondents

How Core EHR Vendors Rate on Search Functionality

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

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Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Respondents By Organization Type

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Respondents By Professional Role

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Respondents By Number of Hospitals in Network

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Respondents By Number of Inpatient Beds

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014—Respondents by Total Annual Revenue for Hospital or Hospital Network

Market Engineering Methodology

Learn More—Next Steps

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

Frost & Sullivan conducted an online survey of information technology (IT) professionals working in US healthcare provider organizations (primarily hospitals) from mid-March to mid-May, 2014. The maximum number of respondents was 66; the average number of respondents ranged between 50 and 66. Topics covered in the study include the deployment of electronic health records (EHRs) among US healthcare providers; typical expenditures for EHRs; perceptions of ROI for EHRs; common experience with information retrieval from EHRs; problems encountered with information retrieval from EHRs and the reason for those problems; core technology features needed to improve EHR search functionality; experience with core EHR vendors and the quality of their search utility; and whether providers deploy any additional technology solutions to address search functionality gap.
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Deliverable Type Market Research
No Index Yes
Podcast No
Author Nancy Fabozzi
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number NE62-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No