The Technology Adoption Life Cycle.
The Technology Adoption Curve
When evaluating new technology options for your practice or department, first ask yourself, “Why do we want or need this new product?” To facilitate the decision-making process, compare the new technology with what you are currently doing.
Start by answering these questions:
Will this new technology increase patient safety?
Will this new technology improve patient outcomes?
Will this new technology increase efficiency?
Do the economics of adding this new technology make sense for me and my practice?
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Eye Surgeon (Ophthalmologist) with Eye Associates of NM. I love performing eye surgery to help patients see better and live more fulfilled lives. I am married with 3 children and love helping others. I volunteer with the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation Board, and the Univ. of New Mexico School of Medicine. I serve on several boards and enjoy helping others. I have interest in educating and mentoring. I am a veteran where I served in the NM Air National Guard as a flight surgeon and a Lt Colonel. I also helped start a foundation named after my mom who was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa called The Juliette RP Vision Foundation. I enjoy playing tennis and music.
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