In a recent post, we described how analyzing anonymized data that comes from Electronic Health Records (EHRs), and cross-referencing this data with other large public data sources, is the next “big thing” in healthcare.
One of Practice Fusion’s strengths is self-improvement. You could say that we are slightly obsessed with upgrading the EHR. That’s why this holiday season we decided to have a different kind of Epiphany: structured LabCorp results and appointments.
One of the most important things to come out of the effort to digitize medical records is the ability to look at health data and understand relationships that might not have been previously evident. Very rapid advances in our understanding of disease, and how best...Continue
The next generation of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) is starting to take serious shape. It’s not quite center-stage yet, but we can see it from here. What elements of “EHR 2.0” distinguish it from the legacy of EHRs that currently dominate the marketplace? A number...Continue