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In the 1970s patients were relatively healthy with most having only one disease with one or two treatments available. In the 2020s we have transitioned to a time where people are living longer with multiple comorbidities and there are tons of treatments available. The question is how are doctors choosing? What happens if they don't have good information? We have challenges of sharing data, challenges of interoperability, challenges of accuracy. We can see where the industry needs to improve but this is a long-term commitment that will take decades.

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I would argue that as we train our next generation of doctors, we're going to see a specialty called a Virtualist. Like a Hospitalist, but you're a virtualist. You can be anywhere to deliver the same care and you can get people in the home to be your hands and feet if need be.

John Halamka, Mayo Clinic Platform

The amount of time physicians spend actually getting trained on the EHR as well as the amount of time spent doing customization upfront and periodically on an ongoing basis. Those are two real keys to improving EHR efficiency.

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