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Data Exchange: Reaching Beyond the Walls of Your Practice

Published on March 8, 2012 By EHRblogger

As we move towards greater demands for EHR interoperability, health information exchange (HIE) is an increasingly important means of sharing healthcare-related data among practices, hospitals, health information organizations, and government agencies. As a medical practice, it’s important to successfully market yourself in order to attract new patients and physician referrals. A robust, organized, and distinctive [...]

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 [...]