Clinical, Financial and Administrative Insights For Physicians

7 Ways How EHR Software Enhances Clinical Decision-making

Posted by Alok Prasad

Although electronic health records (EHR) have gained traction over the last few years due to Meaningful Use incentives, more rapid adoption will occur only when physicians see the value in using this technology to improve care. The EHR’s usability is a critical part of this. Physicians must be able to use the EHR to support clinical decision-making in such a way that can be easily updated and modified to meet clinical goals. Vendors and providers must work together to achieve the goal of Meaningful Use stage 3—that is, to improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of healthcare.

This article addresses the challenges that physicians face with EHR adoption and provides several ways in which the technology can be improved to enhance positive outcomes.

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EHR Implementation - 5 Case Studies To Guide Providers

Posted by Alok Prasad

EHR Implementation - Real Life Case Studies for Success

Implementing electronic health records, or making upgrades to existing systems, presents challenges for any type or sized medical practice. Luckily, a number of organizations have made the switch to electronic medical records in the past decade, which means your office can build upon lessons learned by others.

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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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EMR vs EHR - Are You Confused As Well?

Posted by Alok Prasad

Difference Between EMR and EHR

What is the difference between an EMR and EHR? Aren't they essentially the same?

It is easy get confused by the inconsistent way these terms are bandied about in the industry.
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Web based EMR - Low Investment, Great Idea, But..

Posted by Alok Prasad

Times are tough economically and it may seem like a bad idea to spend money on implementing an Electronic Medical Records solution in your practice. However, a large number of physicians continue to be amazed at the increase in efficiency of their operations after successfully implementing the ‘right-fit' EMR in their Clinics.
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Top 10 EHR Software Selection Blunders

Posted by Alok Prasad

EHR Software and Vendor Selection

When you take on the onerous task of selecting the right EMR Software (aka EHR Software) for your clinic yourself, you may unknowingly do many little things that will surely lead to selection of software that is not right for you. They will result in costly and frustrating mistakes that can come as a surprise and hit you hard when you least expect them.
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Web based EMR - ASP vs. SaaS? Should you really care?

Posted by Alok Prasad

I was reading an interview with the CEO of a company which offers EMR Software on SaaS (Software as Service) basis. The CEO of that EMR vendor company mentioned that theirs was the only real SaaS EMR, others who claim to be SaaS are really only ASP EMRs. I have seen this term used interchangeably in the past and therefore thought that it would probably help to clear the air a little bit.

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