19 must-see stats on the changing EHR landscape

Less than a decade ago, nine out of ten doctors in the U.S. updated their patients’ records by hand and stored them in color-coded files. In 2014, 61% of physician nationwide use electronic health...

4 costs associated with most EHRs

According to HealthIT.gov, the estimated cost of purchasing and installing an electronic health record (EHR) ranges from $15,000 to $70,000 per provider. An independent third-party organization found similar findings when they looked at the...


What to consider when switching EHRs

With national spending on EHRs expected to jump nearly 90% in 2015, it’s imperative that your practice’s time and money are being spent on the best possible vendor. Here are some questions to consider...

What are the benefits of electronic health records (EHRs)?

Years ago, doctors and other healthcare practitioners had no choice but to put pen to paper for health records. They had to keep records by hand and then employ staff to deal with the...

Top 5 digital health conferences to have on your radar

With so many health conferences taking place, it can be overwhelming to sift through and decide on the right one. This list highlights the top five digital health choices. iHT2 Health Summit: Denver, Colorado,...

How to implement an EHR

Implementing an electronic health record (EHR) doesn’t have to be a daunting process. With the right planning, your practice can make a smooth transition and start experiencing all the benefits of your new EHR...