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Boston Software Systems, Inc  Boston Software Systems boasts the most sophisticated healthcare automation software and migration platforms that save time, reallocate resources and increase productivity for your entire organization. Contact us for a...
Boston WorkStation Boston WorkStation® is a workflow automation platform providing error-free automation for every application.
Cognauto Cognauto® is the next generation automation platform that allows healthcare organizations to accomplish error-free automation for every application.
NueMD  NueMD is the leading provider of cloud-based practice management solutions for physicians’ offices, billing companies and university health centers.
NueMD NueMD® offers your practice a flexible application with quick, secure access to operations from anywhere, at any time. Designed for an office that needs the...
Electronic Medical Records & Electronic Health Records Software, Inc.  Electronic Medical Records & Electronic Health Records Software is an authorized partner with 1st Providers Choice. The team at 1st Providers Choice has been providing Patient Accounting and Practice Management Software...
EMR EHR Electronic Claims Processing IMS software is designed to use today's latest technologies to help your medical practice increase your yearly revenues, decrease wasteful spending and...
Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) Electronic Health Records (EHR) Otolaryngology (ear, nose, and throat) is specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose, throat, and head and neck disorders. Our Intelligent...
Carepaths  Psychiatric and behavioral health electronic health record.
eRecord Psychiatric EMR
CL Medical Consulting  Nationwide Nephrology Electronic Health Records experts and local EHR experts to West Texas and Eastern New Mexico
Vitera Intergy Specializing in Nephrology and Pediatrics
LeonardoMD, Inc.  LeonardoMD delivers premier web-based Electronic Health Record (EHR) and Practice Management Software to physicians nationwide.
Virtuoso Upgrade your practice to LeonardoMD Virtuoso EHR, a CCHIT® Certified Ambulatory EHR for 2011, and an ONC-ATCB Certfied EHR for 2011/2012.
HITECH Answers  HITECH Answers offers an online education portal to understand Meaningful Use of electronic health records (EHR) to qualify for HITECH Act EHR incentives. Membership is free for providers and hospitals.
Membership to Education Portal Membership to HITECH Answers education portal is free for providers and hospitals.
The Incentive Roadmap The Meaningful Use of Certified Technology The Incentive Roadmap® is acknowledged as one of the most comprehensive and actionable guides available to healthcare professionals seeking to achieve...
LSS Data Systems  LSS Data Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of MEDITECH, develops Electronic Health Record and physician practice management software used by thousands of healthcare providers in the U.S. and around the world.  Electronic Health Records (EHR), Electronic Medical Records (EMR), Electronic Personal Records (EPR), Radiology Information Systems (RIS/PACS), Hospital Information Systems (HIS), Open-Source Software
Custom EHR-EMR Solutions NewCreationIT provides a wide range of custom software development, services and solutions for the medical practice. While there is an expanding list of...
Custom EMR Medical Software NewCreationIT provides fully customized EMR and EHR software solutions for medical practices and hospitals. Clinical and administrative forms are customized...
Healthcare Innovative Solutions, Inc  Beacon Partners, electronic health records, business process improvement
CPOE/EHR Consulting Healthcare Innovative Solutions delivers advanced consulting, systems implementation, optimization, and redesign services for any size healthcare provider —...
AdvancedMD Software, Inc.  ADP provides Cloud/web-based Medical Billing Software, Electronic Health Record Software/Electronic Medical Record Software (EHR/EMR Software)
Electronic Health Record (EHR) Software AdvancedMD offers a comprehensive set of clinical and billing tools designed to improve patient care and practice profitability. Our CCHIT Certified®,...
EMR/EHR & Practice Management Software for Cardiology & Cardiovascular Medicine Our end-to-end automation solution features an EHR which is 2008 CCHIT Certified in Cardiovascular Medicine. Cardiology-specific features in the software...
Aprima Medical Software, Inc.  Electronic Health Records, EHR, Electronic Medical Records, EMR, eRx, ePrescribing, lab interfaces, stimulus funds, medical Practice Management software, revenue cycle management
Electronic Health Record EHR, Electronic Health Records
CompuGroup Medical US  CompuGroup Medical US offers advanced healthcare technology for physician practices and community health, including Electronic Health Records, Practice Management, EDI/Reimbursement, Laboratory Information Systems and...
CGM CLINICAL™ CGM CLINICAL™ is the Ultimate Integrated PM and EHR Workflow Solution
CGM ENTERPRISE EHR™ CGM ENTERPRISE EHR™ is our Market Leading Solution for Community Health and Beyond.
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Electronic Health Records - Product Reviews

Picis – ED PulseCheck
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

ED PulseCheck from Picis is a tool to help hospitals maximize revenue, improve quality and realize full clinician potential of emergency departments, or EDs. Among its most critical features are integrated charge capture and medical necessity documentation to help hospitals achieve full ED reimbursements.

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Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

iNTERFACEWARE IGUANA HL7 Interface Engine allows hospitals and clinicians to share electronic medical data via the HL7 data standard. It can map electronic health data between databases and application systems without custom programming.

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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

Medicare, Medicaid agencies plan IT overhaul
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services are gearing up for an IT upgrade in 2011. According to this report in FierceHealthIT, part of the rational behind the upgrade is to improve the agencies' ability to share and exchange electronic medical records .. 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 News:

“The customers of only a handful of high performance EHR vendors expressed high confidence in meeting the demonstration of meaningful use deadlines,” adds [Kevin] Parker, [lead EHR researcher for Black Book Rankings.] “The perception … Read More

Mobile health market about to explode
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

The mobile health technology market is on the verge of explosive growth, according to a new report. According to SearchHealthIT, “Physician demand for smartphones and tablet software and services will drive the growth, coupled with health care providers’ mandates for improving quality of care and cutting costs at the same time.” … 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

Most hospitals yet to take on "exceptionally complex" CPOE
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

Of all the Stage 1 meaningful use requirements for electronic health records, perhaps none is more “exceptionally complex” than computerized physician order entry (CPOE), according to two Siemens Healthcare Health Services execs.

“In a typical hospital, a provider must make decisions regarding hundreds of medications, procedures and laboratory tests, sometimes all in the same day,” wrote the execs, John Glaser and Dr. M. Kent Locklear, in a recent paper. “These decisions must occur in the right sequence and be continuously adjusted based on a patient’s progress. The execution of this process involves dozens of staff members and intricate ... Read More

Web-based EHR vendor targets small primary care practices with free, ad-funded system
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

Are you part of a small primary care practice interested in deploying an electronic health records (EHR) system but worried you can’t afford it? Then Dr. Robert Rowley has an offer for you.

Rowley is the chief medical officer at Practice Fusion. The San Francisco-based company’s core product is an on-demand EHR system that is geared toward small practices that don’t have the money or the infrastructure to support a traditional, client/server-based EHR… Read More

GE Healthcare exec bullish on EHR adoption, others less so
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

Thanks to financial incentives from the government and a desire by healthcare providers to improve efficiencies and lower costs, electronic health records (EHRs) could be on the verge of a “perfect storm” of adoption, according to one GE Healthcare executive.

And a heretofore lack of investment in healthcare IT on the part of providers means plenty of potential customers may feed that storm for years to come… Read More

Focus on key features, workflows when evaluating electronic health records
Jeff Kelly, Online Industry Editor

There are literally hundreds of electronic health records (EHR) vendors on the market and there’s no definitive process for determining which ones to evaluate, let alone which one to buy from.

But there are a handful of best practices that, if followed, will make the EHR buying process a little less daunting, … 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


Electronic Health Records Research Library

EHR Migration Guide - Ensuring Patient Safety, Satisfaction and Clinical Adoption
Boston Software Systems, Inc
EHR Migration Guide - Ensuring Patient Safety, Satisfaction and Clinical Adoption Each phase of an EHR migration requires planning; an understanding of what data is needed to provide the most complete EHR and support clinical adoption, patient care, safety and satisfaction. New white paper, EHR Migration Guide - Ensuring Patient Safety, Satisfaction and Clinical Adoption examines the strategic ...
Navigate Electronic Health Records
Transcription Solutions LLC
Electronic health record systems promise improved patient care by eliminating errors, stemming soaring costs, and making health care more efficient. Read how to ensure these benefits by enabling electronic report and records distribution to coding personnel (or outside firms) – reducing the demographic keying and other errors that can occur.
eHealthcare and Electronic Health Records
Gemalto NV
The healthcare sector holds an important place in society, as evidenced by the funding it is appropriated, the role the state plays and the large number of third parties in widely ranging fields that it involves. Because medical advances have resulted in increased life expectancies—and because citizens are being actively encouraged to take personal responsibility for their health—the number of ...
Electronic Medical Records vs. Electronic Health Records
eHealth Solutions, Inc.
Many people in the US healthcare industry, our government, and the press use the terms electronic medical record (EMR) and electronic health record (EHR) interchangeably. However, these terms describe completely different concepts, both of which are crucial to the success of local, regional, and national goals to improve patient safety, improve the quality and efficiency of patient care, and ...
Standard-Compliant Streaming of Images in Electronic Health Records
Aware, Inc
The Obama administration has identified the adoption of interoperable electronic health records (EHR) as a key means to substantially reduce healthcare costs. Given that medical imaging is known to be a significant source of cost in the healthcare industry, an EHR solution must address medical imagery to take full advantage of its full cost-saving potential. But the size and growth of medical ...

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ADS MedicsDocAssistant EHR for Behavioral Health Advanced Data Systems Corporation Dr. Tony Comerford, CEO of the New Hope Foundation, Inc. discusses ADS's MedicsDocAssistant Electronic Health Records system for the behavioral health ...
ADS Client Testimonial Advanced Data Systems Corporation "The ADS MedicsDocAssistant electronic health records system, and the ADS MedicsPremier practice management system have dramatically reduced paper and ...
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