From banking to social networking, we can easily manage most aspects of life digitally—except for our health. It’s time to fix that.
On June 4, 2018, leaders from health care and Silicon Valley met on the Stanford campus to discuss the future of electronic health records (EHRs)—the technology that underpins our health care system and holds data that could transform how millions of people engage in their long-term wellness.
The goal? Accelerate a future where EHRs are intuitive for physicians and patients to use, less burdensome, and better connected to enable care that is digitally driven, rich in context, and always available—wherever it’s needed.
To inform this conversation, Stanford Medicine conducted a national poll of physicians to understand how they would like to see EHRs evolve in the decade ahead.