Monthly Archives: May 2012

EMR – Denial Not an Answer


There is a lot happening in the healthcare sector today. The government is aiming to redefine healthcare with the help of ACOs and performance based compensation methods. Physicians are getting edgy about the meaningful use stage 2 objectives that their … Continue reading

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EMR – The Untold Story


The last few years have been monumental for the healthcare in the US. With the introduction of the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA), the government laid down the foundation for a new structure in order to improve healthcare delivery. … Continue reading

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EMR – The Great Expectations


The EMR technology has come a long way since its inception. Starting as a simple tool for recording information, EMRs today assist physicians through decision support systems. EMRs are increasingly becoming an integral component of the healthcare system in the … Continue reading

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EMR – Damage Control


Working in the healthcare industry is one of the most daunting professions in the world today. Over the years, the advancement in healthcare technology has come a long way. Physicians never stop learning, as the world of medicine evolves rapidly … Continue reading

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Making Your EMR Work


The views on EMR usability vary significantly from one physician to another. A number of physicians today think of cost and productivity benefits from an EMR, as myths. Some physicians feel that instead of improving efficiency, an EMR slows down … Continue reading

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