In a HIMSS survey, providers ranked ‘cultural and management challenges’ as one of the top three barriers to innovation. Transitioning to an EHR system kickstarts innovation from within your practice and will inspire a new, forward thinking culture. Selecting a strong leader or team to...Continue
Say goodbye to the server, the future of health technology lies in the cloud. Thanks to advances in security and reliability, affordable web-based technology is more popular with physicians than ever. A recent Black Book Rankings study found that 7 out 10 small medical practices...Continue
The New York State Internet System for Tracking Over-Prescribing (I-STOP) Act established a real-time database which tracks controlled substance prescriptions issued by every doctor in the state of New York, with certain exceptions. This database allows doctors and pharmacists to have access and to keep...Continue
CMS has amended Meaningful Use Stage 2 for the 2015 reporting period and beyond. Practices that are reporting for Stage 2 in 2015 will now report on the reduced Stage 2 objectives based on the new CMS requirements.
The notion that Electronic Health Record (EHR) data is somehow “safer” when it is backed up locally is something raised in conversation from time to time. Is this really true? What kinds of assumptions lie behind such a question?