by Matt Guldin | February 16, 2017
Medical Professionalism Trumps Health IT in Coordinating Care
As I sat in the Reading (Penn.) Health System ER late Friday night, I had a lot of time to reflect on the research I have been doing lately on care coordination. In particular, I pondered how what I have heard and seen among many demos the past several months compared to the state of care coordination my mother had received earlier in the day and was receiving at that very moment – all this amid the constant cacophony of chirps and beeps emitted from the controlled chaos in the ER that night.