It’s a backbone-brilliant concept that actually produces better healthcare, and better health, for significantly less money—and a concept that America may be too politically hypnotized to ever put into wide practice. “Evidence-based” means it’s about what really works, “health” because that’s the goal.
Why the healthcare sector needs EMRs to provide better care to patients, make doctors’ lives easier and improve the quality of public care. Plus, the voiceover has some neat Australian accents, ey mate!
As the social media gal for Practice Fusion, a good portion of my day is spent reading blogs, news articles and forum discussions. You’d be surprised that most of what others are looking for in a blog is the same thing I search for throughout...Continue
Mobile Health (mHealth) is an emerging hot topic in Health IT, and was certainly one of the buzz items at the recent HIMSS conference in Orlando. Mobile devices, such as smartphones, iPads and other touch-tablets are entering the market, and by their sheer popularity are...Continue
How will my Electronic Health Record (EHR) help me get to EHR Incentive (“Meaningful Use”) money? This question has been asked repeatedly by physicians who are in the process of deciding upon, or implementing an EHR in their practice.