Vendors often failing to meet provider needs, survey finds NEW YORK | February 19, 2013 Credit Erin McCann Erin McCann, Associate Editor Erin McCann is Associate Editor at Healthcare IT News. She covers physician practices, ambulatory care and social media in healthcare. Follow Erin on Twitter @EMcCannHITN With more electronic health record systems continuing to fall short of providers’ expectations, a
Specialist Physicians Rate EHR Vendors in Nationwide Independent Survey December 12, 2012 | Industry News Release Source: Universal Survey When it comes to purchasing an EHR, many physicians are overwhelmed by the options available. Additionally, once the EHR is installed, its intended benefits aren’t always realized, forcing practices to switch to a more suitable solution.
Electronic Health Records can help healthcare providers in the delivery and management of care to patients, including those with chronic conditions. The systems can also bolster decision making by providing clinicians with more comprehensive patient data, as well as help eliminate medical errors and reduce costs associated with unnecessary or redundant tests. Health care providers
By Gabrielle Karol Published April 19, 2013 FOXBusiness An unprotected USB drive may not seem like a grave threat, but cyber security experts say it has the potential to take down your business. “This is one way an attacker can introduce malware into an organization’s devices – which provides them with the ability to get
Meaningful use promises to open data up to patients, improve the flow of information and drive efficiencies to maximize the level of care providers can offer. But meeting meaningful use requirements can be a daunting challenge, and as the federally mandated dates for IT adoption loom nearer, many providers are scratching their heads about how
Two electronic health record systems, previously certified under the EHR Incentive Program, failed recently to meet industry requirements and have had their certifications revoked, ONC officials announced Thursday. As a result, National Coordinator for Health IT Farzad Mostashari, MD, said providers can no longer meet meaningful use requirements using these products. EHRMagic-Ambulatory and EHRMagic-Inpatient, both