Allison Suttle of the Harvard Business Review recently wrote an article about how technology has been implemented to help improve rural health care. Suttle cites an integrated EMR platform that has been rolled out to 45 hospitals already as a major key in technologies help. The EMR platform is programmed to integrate uniform, evidence-based treatment guidelines into provider’s workflow, decreasing unnecessary variation and allowing nurses to work at the top of their licenses. It would be interesting to better understand how physicians regard these initiatives. For more on how technology is improving rural health care, read the article here.