A recent study conducted in few states of U.S shows that many a number of healthcare providers and physicians are not impressed with the current EHR solutions (Electronic Health Records) they are using. The study found three major drawbacks with the EHR systems being used. They lacked convincing features, technical support and were rather cumbersome
As per a recent survey conducted among some of the major healthcare organizations, many hospitals have stated that they are quite ready for the ICD 10 coding transition. However, some smaller organizations have also clearly mentioned about the issues they would be facing with the change in the ICD coding as they are not well-equipped
Even though there are concerns about data security, majority of patients say that data sharing is essential for availing the best healthcare. In a survey conducted by Health IT Policy Committee, more than 70 percent of patients were of the view that electronic data sharing from EHR software would help them to get better treatment.
The growth of Accountable Care Organizations is, without doubt, one of the greatest changes that occurred in the past few years. Enhancing quality of care, mitigating healthcare costs, and improving healthcare consumer experience is something the Affordable Care Act is designed for. A recent study revealed that beneficiaries are happier with their care after a
With the recent surveys, it is evident that when it comes to Electronic Health Record systems, mobility and satisfaction matters a lot. This is as per the findings of one of the web based EHR consultancy companies, along with other market research companies. Nearly 600 people were asked to rate their level of satisfaction with