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  • Practice Fusion · June 8, 2016

    Agreement Reached

    _ Updated 8/16/2016: The Federal Trade Commission has approved a final order in connection with how we operated our treatment satisfaction survey feature from April 2012 and April 2013. As stated before, we look forward to continuing to serve our customers and enabling physicians to...

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  • Patrick Morrow · June 7, 2016

    It’s the (design) principle of the thing.

    Design principles are a set of foundational criteria that describe an approach to design. Used together with design guidelines, they are used as a source of truth during the design process and they steer designers towards creating user-focused, functional, and engaging products.

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  • Patrick Morrow · June 7, 2016

    Running a successful design team off-site.

    The Practice Fusion design team spent a day working, hiking, and sharing ideas to kick off a 2016 Design Vision initiative. A great location, a beautiful day, and a group of creative minds — the perfect recipe for a great offsite. Here’s how it went down.

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  • Patrick Morrow · June 6, 2016

    Guidelines for designing interfaces

    “The task of the designer is to give access to the subtle and the difficult.” — Edward Tufte

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  • Practice Fusion · June 1, 2016

    Electronic lab orders can save practices 90 minutes a day

    As adoption of certified electronic health records (EHRs) continues to increase, more office-based physicians are setting up electronic laboratory ordering to help increase practice efficiency. By eliminating the manual processes associated with paper-based orders, electronic lab ordering in an EHR saves time, improves order accuracy...

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