“Shortcomings in interoperability, combined with the increased documentation requirements for payment, has turned nurses and doctors into data entry people" says Bensinger, who today leads EHR implementation and optimization projects at CTG. In this article, Bensinger offers tips for reducing documentation burnout while still collecting the necessary data.
Johnson offers crucial advice for improving satisfaction with an existing EHR and emphasizes the importance of regular testing. The purpose is to identify ways to make workflows more efficient and in doing so, build critical trust in the system.
Dana Bensinger is a Client Solution Executive at CTG, and an Informatics Nurse Specialist with 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry. He is a Registered Nurse who is board-certified in Nursing Informatics, and holds a Six Sigma Green Belt. Dana has experience working with numerous healthcare organizations, including large IDNs, non-profits, children’s hospitals, and ambulatory and physician practices.
Managing Director, Testing, North America
With more than 25 years’ experience in the healthcare industry, Tanya has a strong track record of managing and building solution practices, including testing and go-live/activation. At CTG, she leads the North American Testing practice.