Dell offering to help hospitals with EHR implementation support; Providers want smart pumps to have better EHR integration;

> Dell is now offering to help hospitals with their transitions to electronic health record use, the company announced this week. Through a new clinical service desk, hospitals have 24/7 access to clinical experts who have designed and implemented such systems. Announcement

> Providers want better electronic health record integration--as well as wireless capabilities--on their smart pumps, a new KLAS report concludes. "Providers are looking at EMR integration as the next big step to make infusions safer," report author Coray Tate said in a statement. Announcement

> Clinical decision support could become more personalized, if the results of a study recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association are any indication. Researchers determined that a new data-driven and adaptive approach to CDS was found to be more reliable than some existing methods. FierceHealthIT

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