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So Tell Us Again… Why Wouldn’t You Want an EHR System?

Published on June 20, 2013 By EHRblogger

We’re sure you’ve been advised that an EHR system makes the everyday physician increase productivity and that it saves time and money. But check this out. Aside from helping doctors become more efficient, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that more than 50,000 health-IT jobs have been created since the HITECH Act. According to our [...]

6 Reasons Why Doctors Should Tweet

Published on May 7, 2013 By EHRblogger

You might not immediately think that Twitter is the right communication tool for your medical practice.  It’s true that it has a certain appeal to the “always connected” set but for anyone with an online presence, Twitter provides tremendous reach.  It’s not just about what you had for breakfast. As a medical professional, consider using [...]

Fun Friday Read

Published on April 19, 2013 By EHRblogger

Check out, “Shopping for an EHR (the second time around)” by Sheryl Cash!  Cash provides valuable insight on understanding that it’s important to avoid making the same mistakes the second time around when replacing your failing EHR. Enjoy!

Meaningful Use: Why It Matters For Patients

Published on March 29, 2013 By EHRblogger

Meaningful use is difficult to understand, even for physicians. Its many measures have left doctors with questions like: What regulations apply to my practice? What is mandatory and what is optional? At my practice, who is responsible for compliance? How will meaningful use affect my workflow? Another important question physicians should be considering is: How [...]

Blogging for Medical Practices—6 Simple Steps to Success

Published on March 22, 2013 By EHRblogger

Blogging has become a popular and widely used social instrument for sharing thoughts, making a statement, and documenting our lives. But few practices may know that blogging can be a very useful channel for marketing a medical practice. Here’s why it’s important. In my opinion, company blogs have many benefits: a major one is the [...]