electronic medical records Archive

Survey Finds that Majority of Doctors have Started Using Electronic Medical Records

A new survey has found that majority of the doctors have started to make use of electronic medical records to store their patient health data. According to the 2014 National Physician Survey, about 75 percent of the physicians no longer use the old paper records for storing patient data. Dr. Garey Mazowitta, who administered the

Global Data Report Predicts Rapid Growth In EMR Market

The market for EMR (Electronic Medical Records) is poised to make rapid growth in the coming years, a report published by GlobalData indicates. The report puts the value of the market at $17 billion by 2017. The value of the Electronic medical and health record market was $10.6 billion in 2012 when McKesson topped the

EMR Systems can help Improve the Overall Health Care

As per the recent reports, the benefits of EMR in improvising health care have been brought up by a health care organization in Beaumont, which is a physician-owned health care organization that comprises of numerous specialists as well as the care options and facilities for the patients. The findings come in stark contrast to what

Leverage Your Practice to Generate More Revenue

I have said to many physicians, the best revenue is the revenue you did not directly generate.  That is where leveraging your office resources comes in.  A physician always thinks to generate more revenue they need to work harder but that is not always the case.  Diagnostics are an excellent source of indirect revenue.  Diagnostics

Medical Practices with EHRs Financially Out-Perform Practices with Paper Medical Records

According to a new survey conducted by the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), medical groups with EHR systems financially outperform medical groups still using paper medical records.  In its report entitled “Electronic Health Records Impacts on Revenue, Costs, and Staffing:  2010 Report Based on 2009 Data,” MGMA found that the total revenue of an average