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Satisfaction High with Epic, Cerner Clinical Surveillance Tools

December 3, 2018 - Clinical surveillance tools are generally doing a good job of alerting providers to sudden patient downturns and delivering meaningful decision support, yet optimizing these health IT tools to produce positive results isn’t always easy. According to a new report from KLAS, clinical surveillance tools can be a challenge to use and may be missing key functionalities, which could...


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