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  • Contributing Writer · August 18, 2011

    Health Innovators at Practice Fusion Connect

    Practice Fusion Connect 2011 is just 12 weeks away and the team is working feverishly to create an experience that will have you bursting to tell everyone what you heard and who you saw when you return home. We’re hand picking speakers that will give...

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  • Contributing Writer · August 16, 2011

    Do we really need universal patient identifiers?

    A person’s health picture is a fragmented, broken mirror, when you look across our archaic paper-based landscape. According to a survey we did last year, patients recall seeing over 19 different physicians in their lifetime, underscoring the reality that each place where health data is...

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  • Contributing Writer · August 11, 2011

    Do Clinical Quality Measures matter?

    Do Clinical Quality Measures make a difference? Is health care actually improved by all this effort at capturing various reporting metrics, and reporting it? That is a question raised by practitioners and commenter’s regularly.

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  • Contributing Writer · August 11, 2011

    Speak up at Practice Fusion Connect 2011!

    We’re gearing up for our second annual user conference: Practice Fusion Connect 2011: Join the Revolution! Over 1,000 medical professionals and healthcare thought-leaders will join forces in San Francisco to have a voice in the healthcare revolution. It’s a great opportunity to have meaningful conversations...

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  • Contributing Writer · August 5, 2011

    Meaningful Use data: Core criteria requirements

    Three required core Meaningful Use criteria require you to enter what is called structured data. Structured data is another way of referring to data that is entered into a specific field as opposed to free text in a chart note. Entering a diagnosis in the...

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