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From ICD-10 to Meaningful Use, we’re here to support your practice and help you stay on the leading edge of health care. Use our EHR resources to help your practice thrive in a changing health care landscape.

Meaningful Use Center

Learn all about this government EHR incentive program, including attestation requirements, rewards, and penalties.

Meaningful Use Center 101

Practice Fusion's specialists explain everything you need to know to get started with Meaningful Use.

Physician quality programs

Meaningful Use isn't the only physician quality program out there. Learn more about additional programs here.

EHR Adoption Benefits

Dr. Robert Hoyt, informatics expert, explains how electronic charting can save your practice time and money.

EHR Overview

Understanding the basics of Practice Fusion's EHR.

Maintaining an ACO

4 steps to an effective, efficient, and profitable ACO.

2014 Black Book EHR Report

Read Brown-Wilson's 2014 survey results on the top-ranked EHRs in the market.

ICD-10 Resource Center

Transition to ICD-10 is required by October 1, 2015. Practice Fusion will make sure you get there.

How can you improve your practice’s efficiency?

Learn what Practice Fusion users have to say about improving the way you manage your practice.

 Computer use during a visit

  • Contrary to popular belief, the use of a tablet or computer in the exam room doesn’t necessarily detract from patient engagement, and most patients don’t mind you charting on a screen.

4 Mistakes to avoid when using a computer in the exam room

  • EHRs offer many time-saving efficiencies, and open up more time and opportunities for increased patient engagement. Make sure you don’t make any of these four mistakes when you use your computer in the exam room.

8 tips for maximizing patient engagement when using a computer in the exam room

  • Here are eight tips from Practice Fusion users for maximizing patient engagement while using a computer

Challenges when getting your practice on board a new EHR

  • Learning a new system is the most difficult task when they start using electronic health records or switch from another vendor.