It has been a productive year for our blog, leaving us with a great deal of enthusiasm for 2012. But before we move forward, we’d like to share the most popular EHR and EMR topics of 2011.
Here are 10 of our most memorable and popular posts of 2011:
Given the complexities facing medical practices today, many physicians and administrators are looking to external resources for information and education…read more
Is demonstrating meaningful use important to you? Are you concerned about decreased levels of productivity and being forced to change your normal workflow…read more
In your search for the best EHR for your practice, you’ve hopefully already asked EHR vendors our 10 key questions (see #3 below). Now it’s time to see if their responses live up to your expectations…read more
When it comes time for medical practices to select an EHR, some physicians and administrators prefer to sit on the fence. Purchasers must be wary about waiting too long—especially if they have the government’s EHR incentives in mind…read more
Upon implementing an EHR system, you should experience increased productivity, streamlined workflow, and seamless integration with other software platforms. But what if you don’t? What signs should you look for to avoid EHR failure?…read more
Requesting an RFP—the document that’s meant to help you determine if an EHR has what you need to meet your EHR and practice goals—should help you weed out inappropriate EHR contenders…read more
Even with the government’s EHR incentives (and eventual penalties for not implementing a certified EHR), many doctors across the country remain undecided…read more
Selecting an EHR system for your practice can be difficult and time-consuming—every vendor claims to have the best EHR system on the market. So how do you choose the best EHR for your practice?…read more
We’ve talked about the good, the bad, and the ugly EHR stories we’ve heard over the years. If your experience falls into the “bad” or the “ugly” categories…read more
In 14 years of business, we’ve heard thousands of EHR stories from physicians, administrators, and other medical staff. We’ve noticed a few clear trends as the stories fall into 3 distinct categories…read more
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