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Certified EHR : Where is EHR Certification Headed? Keep Plugged In.

Posted by Alok Prasad

Understanding the stamp-of-approval: The secret to sure-fire Certified EHR Software Selection success

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology recently published the final rule setting the 2015 Edition Health IT Certification Criteria for electronic health records. The new rule includes 25 revised elements and 19 new criteria from the previous rule issued last year.

What does it all mean for small medical practices looking to move their digital healthcare programs forward?

We’re providing the low-down on what the new and revised criteria require from software vendors – and what that in turn means to medical practices. In addition, we take a look at exactly what this stamp of approval covers and what it doesn’t, while also providing some insight into how practices need to go beyond merely choosing a certified EHR to succeed.


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Can You Ensure Privacy & Security of ePHI with Meaningful Use Certified EHR?

Posted by Alok Prasad

Meaningful Use Stage 2 Compliant EHR

Many practices have been busy attesting to Meaningful Use (MU) objectives, many of which pertain to HIPAA privacy and security. Privacy- and security-related MU measures include those that address the protection of electronic protected health information (ePHI) from unauthorized access. These measures also allow patients themselves to access their own ePHI. This article explores several MU measures that relate to keeping patients’ ePHI private and secure. Physicians must be aware of these measures and take steps to ensure compliance.

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Meaningful Use Audit - An Essential Checklist for Physicians Implementing Certified EHR

Posted by Suzanne Prasad

There is a 20% chance that you as an eligible provider may get audited and will be required to substantiate every single measure, eligibility requirement, or even ownership of a certified EHR.

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Electronic Medical Records: Practices and Compliance for Modern Healthcare

Posted by Alok Prasad

Whether you're moving to implement electronic medical records or simply trying to ensure that your current system is up to code, it's important to remain updated on the practices, standards and compliance that govern the modern healthcare industry. The modern healthcare industry demands that healthcare facilities stay in compliance to avoid being penalized and to ensure a positive and consistent patient experience overall.

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Electronic Health Records and Clinical Decision Support

Posted by Alok Prasad

 

Today, more and more physician offices and hospitals have digitized their medical records by implementing Electronic Medical Records or Electronic Health Records. Is there any difference between the two?

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RevenueXL EHR Software - Thanksgiving Giveaway

Posted by Alok Prasad

About RevenueXL

Established in 2005, RevenueXL of Cupertino, California (Silicon Valley) is a leading provider of healthcare solutions and EMR software, providing CCHIT and ONC-ATCB Certified Electronic Health Records Software to small and mid-sized practices.

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RevenueXL EHR Software - Top 7 reasons to switch!

Posted by Alok Prasad

PrognoCIS EHR Software

Choosing an EHR software is a difficult task that should never been taken lightly. It can take months of research and demonstrations to choose one that's right for you and your practice. If you've been disappointed in your EHR in the past, you're probably looking for a replacement EHR. However, before you make any decisions, we'd like the opportunity to introduce you to RevenueXL PrognoCIS EHR Software. We're sure you'll find that it has pretty much everything you need in your EHR, making your practice more efficient and productive, while ensuring that you continue to provide excellent patient care.

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How to Select or Upgrade to a Certified EHR

Posted by Aparna Prasad

Once you have assessed your readiness for EHR, and you've done significant planning for your EHR approach, you can begin to think about selecting or upgrading to a certified EHR system. It's vital to pick the right EHR because it will be an investment for your practice, and you want to ensure that you've chosen one that will suit your practice and all that it will need for years to come. 

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How to Implement an EHR: Assess your Practice Readiness

Posted by Aparna Prasad

A successful EHR implementation is foundational to the success of your EHR system. For most practices who have dealt with problems with their EHR, those problems stem back to difficulty with their implementation. In order to be successful in using EHR, the very first step is to assess your practice readiness. It's important not to skip this step, as you'll find that it will provide you with the guidance you need to make the most out of your EHR. 

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Crucial Features of a Cardiology EHR

Posted by Alok Prasad

Choosing the right Cardiology EMR (electronic medical records) solution for your practice will pay dividends in time and money saved on the crucial task of keeping track of accurate clinical information. It's one of the most important investments you'll make in your future success, and wading through all the choices can be complex. Let's simplifiy the process by taking a look at the essential features and useful add-ons you should consider:

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