Monthly Archives: November 2013

5 questions to ask in the EHR market


It is absolutely important to select the right Electronic Health Record (EHR) system for your practice. It doesn’t have to be the most expensive solution out there in the market, nor the biggest vendor that is offering the solution. Selecting … 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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Can more clinicians solve shortage of primary care physicians?


As a generally accepted rule, shortage of primary care providers is met by training more of them. However, looking at the problem in a different way – as a mismatch between the demand for primary care services and the system’s … Continue reading

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Three things to minimize challenges of Meaningful Use


Most physicians are using Electronic Health Records (EHRs) in the country to help them meet regulatory requirements, achieve Meaningful Use and improve quality of care delivered. However, the second objective, Meaningful Use, has been a tricky concept and with the … Continue reading

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Ideal features for the next generation EHR


Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are shaping the future of the healthcare industry in more than one way. They allow physicians to improve their workflows, reduce inefficiency and save time while on the other hand, help improve patient satisfaction, engagement and … Continue reading

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