Electronic Health Records Archive

Implementing Electronic Health Records – Tips for Providers

A revolutionary decision was made a decade ago when they decided to implement an electronic health record. Back then, the time and cost to implement the EHR were tremendous but, the results from the EHR altered the practice of medicine to help doctors do what they are best at, save lives! The Health Information Technology

Eight Features Chiropractors Should Look For In An EHR System

Chiropractors possess plenty of data for interpreting, prior to selecting the correct Web Based Electronic Health Records software for a practice. Comprehending the fundamental features in an EHR is crucial for decreasing prices and increasing efficiency. Basically, acquiring a chiropractic EHR system is likely to be a highly critical practice resolution a chiropractor will choose.

EHR Doesn’t Cause Rise Of Medicare Scams – Report

With WHO’s mandate for the adoption of electronic health records, experts in the healthcare industry feared that it would lead to fraudulent billing and coding tendencies. However, recent reports show that such fears are baseless. The report is based on the outcome of the researches by Harvard School of Public Health and Michigan School of

AHRQ Grant For UNMC For Research On EHR Integration

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quantity (AHRQ) has sanctioned a grant of $2.5 million to the UNMC (University of Nebraska Medical Centre) to improve its capabilities on integrating medical research with informatics. It is believed that the grant will help the UNMC to modernize its facilities and improve its skills for ensuring better medical

Artificial Intelligence Integration With EHR On The Cards

Recent statistics have highlighted that over 400,000 Americans die as a direct result of medical mistakes. To get a correct picture, the number will be equivalent to the number of deaths if the largest commercial aircraft, the Airbus A-380 crashes every day, for an entire year! This comparison was pointed out by Forbes Contributor Dan

What is Meaningful Use? What are the stages of Meaningful Use?

Electronic health records (EHR) can provide many benefits for providers and their patients, but the benefits rely on its usage. One provider may use it as a glorified word processor, while another provider may utilize all its features to make his practice efficient. To establish this way of utilization for efficient practice, Centers for Medicare

Increasing Practice Revenues with effective Ophthalmology Appointment Reminders

Busy ophthalmology practices focused on increasing revenues use a variety of techniques to increase efficiency and maximize reimbursements.  Perhaps the lowest hanging fruit for accomplishing this objective is a simple technique that is often overlooked by ophthalmology practices: Effective appointment reminders. Studies consistently show that a typical office experiences no-show rates ranging from 15 to

Meaningful Use and EHRs: More than just a Bonus for Providers

Mention the term “meaningful use” to many providers and you are likely to receive a long, agonizing groan in response. Although somewhat hesitant, many providers are, slowly, converting from paper-based records to web based electronic health records (EHRs). Whether this switch was prompted by added convenience, time savings, or an attractive bonus and avoidance of

New EHR-sharing plan introduced by Highmark

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (8/20, Nixon) reports that Pennslyvania’s largest health insurer, Highmark Inc., “is developing its own network to allow doctors and hospitals across Pennsylvania to easily share electronic health records.” Although Highmark “is not ready to release details of the network, known as a health information exchange, such as cost or the hospital systems