Archive for April, 2012

Medical Marketing: Top 5 Sections to Include on Your Website

April 26, 2012

In March, we reviewed how to turn bad online reviews into good ones. This month, we are covering the top 5 sections to include on your website and why each is valuable. Each section serves a distinct function and helps boost your medical practice’s accessibility for patients, as well as its visibility for potential patients. [...]

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Best Practices for Changing Out a Failed EHR

April 19, 2012

Sometimes, your relationship with your EHR vendor ends up not being what you hoped it would be. It may be time to switch up and move on. Reasons could be a lack of product flexibility and functionality, problems with customer support, and/or failure to implement. We’ve discussed how to break up with your EHR vendor [...]

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Delinquent EHRs and the Doctors Who Hate Them

April 12, 2012

The promise of EHRs is enormous—greater efficiency and cost savings combined with improved patient care and quality of life for providers. The EHRs that deliver on that promise are at the top of their class, with the highest scores across the board from their customers. Unfortunately, there are still too many delinquent EHRs out there, [...]

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What It Means to Be a Government-Certified EHR

April 5, 2012

There are hundreds of certified EHR systems available in the industry. Some target specific medical specialties and/or practice sizes, others are primary-care focused, and still others are better suited for hospitals. Regardless of their specialty, however, most systems boast of increasing revenue, lowering administrative costs, improving quality of care, and delivering meaningful use to your [...]

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