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  • Contributing Writer · December 1, 2009

    Who “owns” a shared medical chart?

    The question of who “owns” the information in a medical record has become a little fuzzier with the development of new technologies that allow clinical chart sharing between medical practitioners, and with sharing of that chart with patients.

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  • Contributing Writer · November 19, 2009

    Web-based EHRs and the Health Internet

    Medical information systems need to talk to each other – whether that data sits in a physician’s ambulatory Electronic Health Record (EHR), or in a hospital system, or in a patient-centered Personal Health Record (PHR), the data should flow back and forth easily. That is...

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  • Contributing Writer · October 27, 2009

    EHR Scalability

    One of the questions that comes up when considering an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system is “can this EHR scale up to my sized practice?” A presumption is that “smaller” EHRs, which cater to small group and solo practices, would not fare well when deployed...

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  • Contributing Writer · October 6, 2009

    Interoperability and clinical chart sharing

    The deliberations of the Office of the National Coordinator’s (ONC) are trying to build a platform where health data can be easily shared between appropriate stakeholders – physicians, patients, and others involved in healthcare – while maintaining privacy and security. The Federal Health Architecture (FHA)...

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  • Contributing Writer · September 2, 2009

    Quest Diagnostics Integrated with Practice Fusion

    Practice Fusion is excited to announce the availability of integrated Quest Diagnostics lab results within our Electronic Health Record. Any physician or medical practice using Practice Fusion can now connect to electronic Quest Diagnostics lab results with no consultants and no integration downtime.

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