Like all Americans, I see advertisements all the time. They pretty much fade into the background these days though there are some that do get to me, like the ones before movies. If I’m seeing ads then that should make something free but movie tickets...Continue
“How long will it take to implement an EMR in my practice?” This is a question being asked by thousands of providers across the country as they try to implement an EMR in time to collect EMR incentives. This is not the only question, but...Continue
Does the use of Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems get in the way of doctor-patient interaction? Does it make the doctor-visit experience colder and more distanced – more dehumanized? Is there more interaction with the tools, at the expense of the emotional connection that comes...Continue
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.