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  • Contributing Writer · May 27, 2010

    EMR standards – the problem of moving data from one system to another

    Why can’t I just take my Electronic Health Record (EHR) charts and move them from one system to another one? This seemingly-simple question has vexed builders of a national Health IT infrastructure, and leaves us with the dissatisfying answer of “it’s not that easy.”

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  • Contributing Writer · May 26, 2010

    Benefits of Secure Patient-Provider Communication

    Providers have for years been challenged to increase productivity and throughput, even as their case-mix increases. Patients are frustrated by the results of these trends, which include diminished quality and effectiveness of their encounters with physicians. All too often, patients forget to share important information...

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  • Contributing Writer · May 14, 2010

    EMRs and obstetrics

    The use of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) has been quite variable from one specialty to another. Some specialties, like primary care specialties, seem more open to adopting EHRs, while others have had a different adoption experience. Even when adoption barriers – cost, implementation and workflow-disruption...

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  • Contributing Writer · May 7, 2010

    Using EMRs to capture public health “syndromic surveillance” data

    The certification requirements for an HHS-Certified Electronic Health Record (EHR) are in the process of being defined explicitly by the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST). These are the “test questions” that will be asked of EHR vendors in order deem them as Certified....

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  • Contributing Writer · May 5, 2010

    How to switch from one EHR / EMR system to another

    Implementation of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) in a medical practice is not an easy task – everything that touches a paper record in a medical office (or hospital) needs to be accounted for when transitioning to a new EHR, in order for the paper record...

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