1. Articles in category: EHR Meaningful Use

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    1. EHR Meaningful Use: Regulations Will Benefit All, With Time

      The AMA survey found that 72% of EHRs made it difficult or very difficult for doctors to decrease their workload. Physicians are rightly upset because Meaningful Use attestation is taking a major toll on the practice of medicine. "The regulations are, for the most part, on-target and well-intentioned," he affirms.

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    2. AMA Town Hall Complaints: EHR Meaningful Use Still Means Poor Productivity

      Doctors at last week’s American Medical Association Town Hall meeting in Atlanta continue to complain about their Electronic Health Records (EHR) experiences. As the AMA reports, current physician participation in Stage 2 Meaningful Use is only at 10%. It appears from the comments that the negative impact on medical staff productivity is a key driver of the poor progress.

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    3. End User Experience Management: Fulfilling the Promise of Mobile Healthcare

      Converged digital technologies like virtualizationcloud and mobile are revolutionizing patient care. With interconnected systems, healthcare practitioners can instantly access Electronic Health Records (EHR) for better diagnoses and close collaboration across departments or geographies. Read this newly published article authored by Mike Marks, Chief Product Evangelist at Aternity to learn more.

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    4. How Healthcare Organizations can Confirm Cloud Providers Meet their SLA Commitments

      With 83% of healthcare IT executives reporting that they are using cloud services today, it’s critical to ensure that these cloud providers are delivering a quality end user experience to the medical staff relying on them. Read this new blog, authored by Mike Marks, Chief Product Evangelist at Aternity, to learn how healthcare IT can monitor critical patient care activities performed by medical staff and get immediate alerts when expected performance deviates from SLA targets. 

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    5. What does Electronic Health Record (EHR) and a Burrito have in Common? This and other Insights from CIOhealth

      What does Electronic Health Record (EHR) and a Burrito have in Common? This and other Insights from CIOhealth

      A summary of the key themes from the recently held CIOsynergy and CIOhealth event, including insights from Netflix’s CEO and healthcare IT execs. Trends around mobile Application Performance Management (mAPM) are also reviewed. Don’t miss the chance to hear exclusive healthcare IT research findings this week during a live, 30-minute webinar, along with access to a new healthcare IT on managing and improving medical staff productivity. http://www.aternity.com/aternity-central/electronic-health-record-ehr-burrito-common-insights-ciohealth/

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    6. Mobile App Performance – the Key to mHealth Success

      Mobile App Performance – the Key to mHealth Success

      As healthcare orgs adopt mobile, they are looking beyond security to the importance of ensuring their apps deliver the best possible user experience. Unlike other mAPM vendors who focus primarily on app developers, Aternity addresses a full range of mobile APM use cases for developers of mobile apps, IT Ops who support them, and the line of business who rely on them to drive mHealth initiatives. Read the 4th in a series of healthcare IT blogs, and don’t miss the Feb. 12th Healthcare IT webinar and bonus whitepaper offered at the blog’s conclusion!

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    7. How Healthcare Organizations Can Provide Excellent End User Experience to Extended Care Teams

      How Healthcare Organizations Can Provide Excellent End User Experience to Extended Care Teams

      Read the third post in this exclusive healthcare IT blog series covering how leading healthcare organizations around the world use Aternity Workforce APM to assure the reliability and quality of the entire range of applications relied upon by medical staff. In today’s blog, Mike Marks, Chief Product Evangelist at Aternity, covers how healthcare organizations can extend end user experience management to all members of extended care teams, no matter where they are located, or on what devices they use to access EHR apps. http://www.aternity.com/aternity-central/healthcare-organizations-extended-excellent-end-user-experience-extended-care-teams/

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    8. With Aternity, Healthcare Providers Spend Less Time on the EHR Interface and More Time with Patients

      With Aternity, Healthcare Providers Spend Less Time on the EHR Interface and More Time with Patients

      Aternity Workforce APM arms healthcare IT teams with the capabilities they need to fulfill the goals of Meaningful Use. Transforming patient care and improving financial results begins with implementing EHRs and achieving Meaningful Use. With Aternity Workforce APM, healthcare IT can measure, manage, and improve clinical staff productivity for any app delivered on any device, mobile, virtual or physical. Read this blog, authored by Mike Marks, Chief Product Evangelist at Aternity, to learn more. http://www.aternity.com/aternity-central/aternity-healthcare-providers-spend-less-time-ehr-interface-time-patients/

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    9. “Most Wired” hospitals heavy on clinical analytics, engagement

      The 16th annual “Most Wired” hospitals survey has produced a crop of healthcare organizations with a few big things in common: clinical analytics, patient engagement, robust EHR use , and a commitment to leveraging all the health IT at their disposal to improve outcomes, reduce costs, and raise patient satisfaction. 

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    10. Five EHR security considerations for healthcare CIOs, CISOs

      Depending on which day it is, a healthcare CIO or CISO may focus on the EHR Meaningful Use Program's certification standards, data encryption methods or how the organization technical infrastructure is going to affect data security. Read through these five EHR security considerations and learn the different approaches organizations take to data security.

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    11. Healthcare IT Struggles to Keep Up With Mobile Health Demands

      Healthcare, like most industries, finds its hard to meet the mobility desires of employees (caregivers) and customers (patients). But while healthcare struggles with unique legal and regulatory impediments that other fields don't face, it's also poised to gain much more from what some call a 'mobile revolution.'

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    12. What is driving the drop in meaningful use participation?

      Meaningful use criteria have certainly stimulated both dialogue and EHR adoption within the healthcare community. But for some physicians, the use of EHR is a strategic investment in the consistency and quality of care that they provide as a team inside and outside the clinic.

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