Archive for December, 2011

Do You Recognize the 5 Early Warning Signs of EHR Failure?

December 23, 2011

You’ve finally taken the step and purchased an EHR system. So, are you experiencing increased productivity, streamlined workflow, seamless integrations, and making it home in time for dinner? Or rather, are you finding that your physicians and staff are spending more time entering data than interacting with patients, your support tickets go unanswered, and you’re [...]

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Take Advantage of Delay in HIPAA 5010 Enforcement

December 15, 2011

If you were concerned about the HIPAA 5010 enforcement deadline—good news! The Centers of Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has announced their decision to extend the deadline until March 31, 2012. Why the delay? CMS decided on a flexible enforcement period in response to feedback from MGMA and others that showed initial testing had not [...]

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Holiday Treat: 12 Reps of EHR and What They Recommend

December 8, 2011

Tis’ the season for sharing and giving! We asked 12 of our sales reps to pick the 1 most important item they’d recommend for clients to consider when purchasing and/or selecting an EHR. Here they are: Technical Training: EHR implementation success is all about the adaptability and involvement of staff on all technical levels. Have [...]

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EHR: 5 Reasons to Sign on the Dotted Line in 2011

December 1, 2011

Are you still on the fence about purchasing an EHR? Here are 5 reasons why you should pick up your pen and sign on that dotted line before 2011 comes to an end: 1) Reserve your spot on the implementation timeline. For physicians interested in pursuing the full Medicare EHR incentives, the last day to [...]

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