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The Social Media Guru Says: Don’t Just Advertise—Engage Your Audience

Published on February 26, 2013 By EHRblogger

Social media is an interactive marketing channel—think of it like a telephone. You would never ignore calls when people contact your practice. So why ignore their posts, comments or tweets? To effectively use social media, it’s important to stay engaged and interact with other users. According to the New York Times article, Can Social Media [...]

Meaningful Use Stage 2: Is Your EHR System Ready for Health Information Exchange?

Published on June 14, 2012 By EHRblogger

Lately, there has been a lot of attention focused on health data exchange. Dozens of health information exchange (HIE) and technology websites, news syndicates, and blogs have posted articles about the critical role that data interoperability and health data management will play in the future. How ready is your EHR system for health information exchange? [...]

EHR: Doctors, Run Your Practice like an A-Lister

Published on October 20, 2011 By EHRblogger

Take a moment and focus your attention on the limelight… over there: it’s the A-Lister! An individual or a group defined by success, versatility, elite status, and professional demeanor, an A-Lister with the right EHR can rise even higher, fully maximizing and benefiting from the true value of practice productivity. So what can guarantee you [...]

Data Exchange: 3 Key Questions You Should Ask

Published on April 21, 2011 By EHRblogger

The future of healthcare requires that you share clinical information across boundaries. Here are three key questions you should ask yourself—or any EHR vendor you deal with—about the data platform: Can the system pull critical data from disparate sources? An EHR system should seamlessly integrate with other information sources and present the information in a [...]