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Internal medicine docs regain productivity after EHR deployments faster than pediatricians
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

Internal medicine practices enjoyed a slight increase in productivity within months of deploying and electronic health records (EHR) systems, while pediatricians didn’t return to pre-EHR productivity levels over the same time, according to a new study.

Productivity dropped across the board for all doctors after deploying EHRs by between 25% and 33%. But, according to a report in Healthcare IT News, after several months … Read More




HIEs can save castaway electronic medical records and patient data
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

Patient medical records are a lot like castaways. Most are trapped in groups on small, isolated desert islands, the islands being proprietary medical systems, pharmacy software, and old-fashioned filing cabinets.

That’s what makes “trying to pull together an integrated view of your medical history … very difficult,” said Earl Jones, vice president and general manager for GE Healthcare eHealth solutions group. GE Healthcare and other … Read More



Internal medicine docs regain productivity after EHR deployments faster than pediatricians
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

Internal medicine practices enjoyed a slight increase in productivity within months of deploying and electronic health records (EHR) systems, while pediatricians didn’t return to pre-EHR productivity levels over the same time, according to a new study.

Productivity dropped across the board for all doctors after deploying EHRs by between 25% and 33%. But, according to a report in Healthcare IT News, after several months …Read More



Few children’s hospitals use electronic health records (EHR) systems

Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

Less than 3% of children’s hospitals have deployed and are heavily using electronic health records (EHR) systems, according to a recent survey.

Research published in the December issue of the Archives of Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine indicates that the vast majority of pediatric hospitals in the U.S. “lack the minimum functionalities needed for a basic EHR.” Just 2.8 percent of the 108 children’s hospitals responding to a survey led by Mari M. Nakamura of Children’s Hospital Boston have what could be considered a “comprehensive” EHR. … Read More



Lack of EHR vendor support top meaningful use roadblock
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

That, according to a new Black Book Rankings survey of 4,000 healthcare providers. According to a report in Healthcare IT NewsRead More




Patient portals provide near-real-time access to medical records – if clinicians actually input the data first
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

Among the requirements for Stage 1 meaningful use, hospitals and physicians must provide more than half of their patients with electronic patient data within three business days of the request. That may sound reasonable, but it’s a big change for most healthcare providers. Currently, under HIPAA guidelines, doctors have a month to respond to patient-medical-record requests and can provide them by paper.

“This is a huge jump from 30 [days] to 3,” said Steve Emery, director of product management at Alpharetta, Ga.-based healthcare IT vendor Healthport. “The only way this makes sense is if the records are electronic” … Read More


Medical devices and EHRs keep their distance
December 3rd, 2010 | Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

Most medical devices do not communicate or otherwise interact with electronic health records (EHR) systems, according to a new HIMSS report.

FierceEMR picks up the story from there:

The paper, released Wednesday, says that just a third of the 825 U.S. hospitals queried report having active interfaces between devices such as defibrillators, physiologic monitors, vitals … Read More


Electronic health records and WikiLeaks
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

Dr. Westby G. Fisher says WikiLeak’s most recent data dump has implications for the digitization of medical records:
Day in and day out, I type huge volumes of information on my patients on a computer and my fellow physicians do the same. As a result, vast health care information warehouses are at the disposal of the government, insurers, and major health care institutions eager to become … Read More



When it comes to electronic health records, what’s in a name?
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

Some call them electronic health records, or EHRs. Others prefer electronic medical records, or EMRs. Still others go with patient medical records software, which, I guess, would be PMRS.

“The bottom line is that it’s an alphabet soup,” said Gartner’s Dr. Thomas Handler. And while it may seem trivial, what you call them actually matters, … Read More

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EMR Implementation White Paper
Henry Schein MicroMD
The objective of this white paper is to help Electronic Medical Record (EMR) implementation champions understand the complexities of the EMR implementation process. In other words, this information is intended to help the heroes who face the daunting task of transforming the intricate processes of a physician practice from paper to electronic. We hope that this information will help you define ...
 
EMR Integration
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Populate EMRs Automatically, Using Dictation Emdat’s DaRT™ (Discrete Accurate Reportable Transcription) offers medical facilities an electronic medical record (EMR) implementation approach that minimizes operational change and completely eliminates physician productivity loss. Physicians continue to dictate Emdat’s DaRT tags transcription content (Eg. Chief Complaint, Medical History, Family ...
 
EMR Whitepaper
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The first component in transforming healthcare into true computerization is known as the Electronic Medical Record (EMR), which refers to both the digitized clinical documentation and the overarching systems that serve as a channel for transmission of patient data used to support clinical decisions and administrative functions. When implemented successfully, EMR leads to significant advantages ...
 
EMR Price Comparison Sheet
Practice Fusion
ith Practice Fusion's free system, your practice can pocket the funds. For example: an office with 2 MDs and a PA could receive $132,000 in incentives. Join the tens of thousands of medical practitioners who are using Practice Fusion today.
 
Web Based EMR versus Client Server EMR
Waiting Room Solutions
Weigh the benefits between web-based EMR services and managing your system onsite. The pull between the control of onsite and the cost savings of web-based can be attractive options for any company. Read key insights to base your decisions.
 

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