We would like to introduce adaptive EMR/EHR as a way to materialize Patient Centered Management as a solution to sustain the upgrade introduced in Healthcare in the US.
This implies dealing with predictive interfaces transforming operational EMR/EHR into adaptive systems. We would like to discuss with colleagues the possibility of introducing these alternatives considering medicine as the most complex professional field.
Please access the approach to complexity: “Applying Complexity Science to Health and Healthcare” of the University of Minnesota:
and the Unicist Logical Approach to complexity you can find at:
The basics of medicine are patient centered. That is why the regulation of the activity focusing on patients is just a back to basics. Patient Centered Management is an object driven solution to structure patient orientation.
Electronic Patient Records are the paradigmatic sign of this approach. Electronic Healthcare records are their natural complement in order to include the aspects that deal with the diseases that are being considered.
Electronic Medical Records, being focused on medical activity, allow putting this patient orientation into action. The EMR are the natural step to start with a structured patient orientation.
The debate I suggest is about alternatives to simplify complexity in medical practice with people who might be interested in this approach.
NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a private global decentralized leading research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. https://www.unicist.org/healthcare/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/turi.pdf