Tag Archives: Electronic Health Record

5 EHR workflow flaws to watch out for


Many US physicians have shifted to Electronic Health Records (EHRs) with others joining them at a rapid pace. However, usability and decrease in efficiency are some of the reasons for physicians’ dissatisfaction with the technology. As a matter of fact, … Continue reading

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The Meaningful Use dropout rate—what does it mean?


The year 2012 saw a huge increase in the users of Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems, but at the same time, the retention rate dropped dramatically from 2011. According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) report, in … Continue reading

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How is e-Prescribing helping practice workflows?


e-Prescribing or Electronic Prescribing is a method through which practices are able to send prescriptions directly to pharmacies from point-of-care in an error-free and understandable format. E-Prescribing has become one of the major features of modern day Electronic Health Record … Continue reading

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Why EHR and not EMR?


EHR stands for Electronic Health Record while EMR stands for Electronic Medical Record. Both are essentially quite different. EHR has interoperability: the ability to exchange data among different healthcare providers and hospitals across states in real-time, while EMR doesn’t have … Continue reading

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How does EHR help improve workflow


EHR stands for Electronic Health Record and its main feature is interoperability: exchanging, sharing, and making use of patient data in variety of formats to be used by healthcare organizations for better decision making purposes. EHR software improves your workflow, … Continue reading

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