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Dr Brenton Fargnoli on Fixing Issues Physicians Have With EHRs

Brenton Fargnoli, MD, medical director of value-based care and director of product marketing and strategy at Flatiron Health, addresses the issues electronic health records (EHRs) cause and what Flatiron Health can do to make things more efficient.


Brenton Fargnoli, MD, medical director of value-based care and director of product marketing and strategy at Flatiron Health, addresses the issues electronic health records (EHRs) cause and what Flatiron Health can do to make things more efficient.

Transcript

What issues with the EMR that make practices unhappy to use it is Flatiron Health hoping to fix?

As a practicing physician myself, I want my technology, in this case, EHR, to make my patient care more effective and more efficient. Unfortunately, many physicians find there EHRs fail to do either. At Flatiron, we take a 10-seconds-count product design philosophy. Meaning that anything bring built for physicians has to take in conversation the sufficiency principal. Really the goal of that is giving time back to doctors and their patients.

On top of that there’s a lot of data tracked inside the EHRs. So, we are really trying to unlock the value of the data inside the EHRs and so that we can start learning from the experience of every patient ultimately to get more effective treatment options for patients. 

 
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