Jay Anders, MD
Jay Anders, M.D. is the chief medical officer of Medicomp Systems, which provides physician-driven, point-of-care solutions that fix EHRs.
Caring must be prioritized over coding
Is the coding taking priority over the caring?
Hallmark indicators: Signposts to chronic care management
Clinicians need easy access at the point of care to these measures that provide insights into the progression or regression of an illness. Let’s make them available.
Quality measures and regulatory requirements should operate behind the scenes of an EHR system
The benefits to simplifying technology at your practice.
What value-based care looks like in 2021
The solutions to contemporary EHR and interoperability challenges.
The state of interoperability in healthcare
The state of interoperability in healthcare today and how this is impacting physicians.
How EHRs could improve user experiences for physicians
What EHR and EMR systems should look like in order to provide the best experience for physicians.
EHRs and EMRs were not built with the physician in mind
EHR and EMR systems are developed without considering how a physician thinks and works.
“Stupid Stuff” in Medical Practice
Introductory clip from the discussion on Medical World News.
Reducing clinician burnout by getting rid of “stupid stuff” in EHRs
The AMA defines “stupid stuff” as everything from irrelevant training requirements, well-intentioned but not useful risk management processes, and overinterpretations of health information requirements.
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