The 8 most common healthcare apps clinicians want to create

Fifty-one percent of clinical leaders report they use mobile or desktop applications at the point-of-care, according to a KLAS report.

For the report, titled Connected Apps in Healthcare 2017, researchers interviewed 47 members of clinical leadership at large healthcare organizations. The goal of the report was to determine how clinicians use software today and what they would like to see in the future.

Here are the eight suggestions respondents shared when asked what applications they would want to create or purchase, ranked by popularity.

  1. Patient engagement
  2. EHR data viewing
  3. Diagnostic tools
  4. Clinical decision support
  5. Documentation tools
  6. Reference tools
  7. Dictation
  8. Secure messaging

Click here to view more of the report's findings.

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