Monthly Archives: December 2013

Why cloud based EHR systems are better?


Healthcare providers all across the nation are shifting to modern Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems. Some of them are pure cloud-based while others are cloud enabled. True cloud EHR systems have remarkably reduced initial investments on hardware, hosting as well … Continue reading

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New research on how to keep patients loyal


Keeping patients loyal is crucial. However, patient confidence in provider’s abilities and how the staff cares for them is critical to patient retention. The two important indicators of patient loyalty to a medical practice are patient confidence in the provider … Continue reading

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Global Healthcare Reform: The future of care


A recent study has found people being optimistic about advancing care though technology innovations, willing to participate in virtual visits and using sensors in their bodies and surprisingly, in their toilets as well. Participants from eight countries were counting on … Continue reading

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UnitedHealthcare handed injunction by Federal judge


A Federal judge has ordered a temporary injunction against UnitedHealthcare based on the case filed by two Connecticut-based medical associations. The decision came hours before the health insurer was set to drop thousands of physicians and patients from its rolls. … Continue reading

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Is BYOD going to improve coordinated care?


Bring your own device (BYOD) is going to revolutionize the way technology is looked upon, but what is BYOD? It refers to rules and procedures set by the practice allowing employees to use their personal mobile gadgets to access company … Continue reading

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