1. Articles in category: EHR Adoption

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    1. EHR adoption reaches “tipping point” but challenges remain

      The Department of Health and Human Services marked a milestone this week, announcing more than 50 percent of eligible providers have adopted or used electronic health records — a goal for 2013. But even as providers ramp up their systems to satisfy Meaningful Use requirements, they face several challenges. 

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    2. Simulation: A way to achieve proficiency in EMR adoption

      Simulation: A way to achieve proficiency in EMR adoption McKnight's Long Term Care News However, the rate of EMR adoption among long-term care and post-acute care facilities has been described as “dismally low.” In fact, a study by Health Affairs in 20121 found that only six percent of long-term care facilities had a basic EMR system in place.

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    3. EHR Implementation Rising, But Hurdles for Healthcare Providers Remain

      Thanks to government incentives, more healthcare organizations in the United States are implementing Electronic Health Record systems than ever before. But EHR implementation isn't the same as EHR adoption, which requires significant investment in planning, training and personnel.

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    4. Box Takes Electronic Health Records to the Cloud

      Box Takes Electronic Health Records to the Cloud

      Healthcare providers were among the first industries to use tablets and other mobile devices, but leveraging them fully has been difficult due to regulations that protect electronic health records and other personal health information. But enterprise content sharing specialist Box is making an aggressive play for the healthcare vertical with what it says is a HIPAA/HITECH compliant platform.

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    5. The New Excellence: Consumerism Comes To The Medical Market

      The New Excellence: Consumerism Comes To The Medical Market

      “Let Patients Help” is not just the title of this blog, it’s the catchphrase of my cause. I'm alive today because of the best of medicine, but as a guy who spent his life in high tech, I see vividly how much medicine needs to adapt to changing rules and surging volume. I advocate for a totally new view of the role of the patient: patient as engaged partner, not passive recipient.

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