Do you ever drive somewhere completely on autopilot? You get in the car to drive home from work, and the next thing you know, you’re home without thinking about it? This happens to me a lot. Between the rhythms of working and parenting and managing the Endless Basket of Laundry – you know the one – certain things just get set to autopilot.   

This happens in my work life, too. I get so used to doing something a certain way, that I don’t even think about the fact that I could do it in a way that’s less painful or more effective – or both! Spreadsheet from this morning, I’m looking at you.  

Get Unstuck – Escape the Workplace Autopilot With HybridChart

What software tools do you use in your day-to-day work life? How long has it been since you took a good look at what those tools have to offer? Are you stuck on autopilot in terms of your workflow, and if so, are there parts of your existing tool belt that you could use to make things better? 

In the years that I’ve been of user of and then implemented medical software, I’ve learned that it can be too overwhelming to use every feature of a new tool at once.  This happened when I helped implement a new EHR at a large practice. Great features weren’t used to their full capability, and people ended up developing work-arounds to their work-arounds and sticking with them for months (or even years) because they were on autopilot. 

Here at HybridChart, we’re hard at work polishing up our newest version. All the cool (but sometimes overlooked) features like data analytics and discharge planning are coming together in new and exciting ways. Our Implementation team is hopeful that our upcoming release will be an opportunity to work with our existing and new clients to reexamine how the tool is being used so we can bring even more value to their practices.  

HybridChart can help you turn off autopilot and improve your workflow. Schedule a live demo today. 

Kisha Crofts Author
Kisha Crofts is the Director of Product Management and Implementation at HybridChart. She has worked in medicine for over fifteen years, including roles in EMS, Cardiology, and clinical application management. She lives in Goodyear, Arizona with her family.
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