One that mimics the efficiency and established workflows of a physician, and one that is tailored to the needs of the end-user. The current EMR technology is, in general, outdated and poorly designed. It causes significant workflow disruption, decreases eye-eye contact with patients and increases the time required to document records. Many platforms have many functions that are not needed and clutter up the UI/UX.
Combining the best developers who have walked a mile in our shoes before coding one line with solid Ui/UX people, we can break up the final product into modules that physicians can choose to buy based on their needs. The EMR will produce computable, standard data that isn’t just tethered to a docs offices. Now, we are talking about an “strong” EMR. JMHO….