Contextualized user experiences are one of the key ideas of web2.0 interfaces. This translates into not presented users with irrelevant options. In EHRs, clinicians are provided with screens with 100's of checkboxes. This can be addressed by providing analytics that determine the 20 relevant checkboxes. It was in part to solve this issue we started MEDgle ( http://www.medgle.com/
) . At MEDgle, our focus is to enable scalable health by facilitating the distribution of care tasks to the most cost effective individual while ensuring quality of care through real-time clinical intelligence.
Feedback, thoughts, etc are very welcome!
disclaimer (I'm the CEO of MEDgle)