Practice Fusion in the News: Real World Evidence, ZIKA and more
Practice Fusion has been in the news lately, we’ve highlighted some of our recent coverage in a number of health publications.
Practice Fusion is honored to have been named one of the Global Digital Health 100 companies by The Journal of mHealth. The Global Digital Health is an international benchmark of industry activity for mobile, digital, and connected technologies in healthcare.
Richard Loomis, Practice Fusion’s Chief Medical Officer and VP of Informatics and the co-chair of the HIMSS Electronic Health Record Association’s (EHRA) Executive Committee wrote a featured article for Health System Management titled, “ How Disease Surveillance is a Critical Healthcare IT Tool for Physicians.” The article focuses in particular about disease surveillance for the ZIKA virus.
Dr. Loomis’ commentary was also featured in a ZIKA research article by HealthData Management, “ Fed agencies enlist EHRs in battle against Zika”, by Greg Slabodkin, November 15.
SearchHealthIT stopped by Practice Fusion headquarters and spent some time with Dr. Loomis, which the covered in their feature article, “ An inside look into cloud EHR vendor Practice Fusion,” by Kristin Lee, November 17.
Lee Kallenbach, PhD, MPH, a Principal Data Analyst at Practice Fusion offered his thoughts to MedicalResearch.com on how Electronic Records Can Provide Real World Evidence On Treatments of Type 2 Diabetes.
Healthcare Informatics published, “ For One Solo Doc Practice, a Fearless IT Journey,” by Rajiv Leventhal. Dr. Allison Blazek, who runs a solo internal medicine practice in Houston, provided her perspective on the technology she uses, including Practice Fusion, to successfully manager her practice.