EHR

To help physicians, EHRs must adapt to value-based careThere is growing concern that electronic health records (EHRs) will not meet physicians’ needs in a value-based care environment
Three EHR challenges hindering value-based reimbursementHere are 3 EHR-related challenges that are impeding the advancement of IT support for value-based reimbursements.
New administration may mean new approach to HITExperts discuss how the federal government will approach technology during Trump presidency
It’s time for everyone to stop talking interoperability and actually achieve itIt’s time for healthcare to learn from other industries and make solutions for physicians available at the touch of a button
If medical devices could talk...Devices generate their own forms of data, most of which aren’t compatible with EHRs
Why are doctors still waiting for interoperability?Why EHR interoperability remains an elusive goal
What will the EHR industry look like in five years?The electronic health record industry might look markedly different than it does today
Study sheds light on in-room time with patients, EHR documentationThe implementation of electronic health records has had great impact on the way ophthalmologists spend their time. There are concerns that this has created inefficiencies, and that physicians now spend more time documenting, and less time with their patients, which is the opposite of what was intended.
Here's how to tackle the challenges of care coordinationVirtually all primary care physicians engage in coordinated care to some degree, but the extra emphasis placed on it now by healthcare policymakers, along with new reimbursement models and reporting requirements, has primary care doctors looking for ways to improve how they coordinate care.
Physicians share lessons learned after switching EHRsAvoid repeating these common errors