EHR compliance

Six healthcare interoperability barriers to watch
Six healthcare interoperability barriers to watchIs interoperability in healthcare a dream, or will payers, providers, and technology vendors finally come together to make data more available to one another?
Are EHRs delivering on expectations?
Are EHRs delivering on expectations?Concerns among stakeholders may call for EHR system revamping
Best EHRs: Physician reviewedMedical Economics put questions about EHRs to experts and consultants in the field of health information technology. Their answers fall into two broad, interrelated categories: The products themselves, and the ways they are purchased and used. Read the results of our EHR survey.
Practice nets over $1 million from EHR adoption
Practice nets over $1 million from EHR adoptionFive years after adopting an electronic health record (EHR) system, a North Carolina ophthalmology practice saw a 41% return on investment, and netted roughly $1.2 million in revenue, according to a new report.
Educating Staff on Your New EHROne of the most important things that a practice can do is provide for adequate staff training on a new EHR system. Here are four steps for success.
EHRs' broken promise
EHRs' broken promiseElectronic health records (EHRs) promised to revolutionize healthcare delivery. In some respects, they have. But for physicians deluged by patients, EHRs have yet to fulfill their lofty promises and, in many cases, have added considerable strain to the daily workload of physicians. In this article, physicians discuss with Medical Economics how EHRs should—and must—improve to reach their potential.
EHR non-adoption rate stands at 9%, study findsElectronic health records (EHR) use has steadily increased among office-based physicians since the passage of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, but new studies indicate that the number of physicians who don’t or plan to participate is substantial.
EHR roundupWhether you’re looking to implement your first EHR system or you’re thinking of moving to a different one, you need to do some research to discover which system best fits your needs. You need to keep the big picture of health care in mind as well.
2015 edition EHR criteria releasedThis is the first time ONC has proposed an edition of certification criteria separate from Meaningful Use regulations.
Consolidation, physician demand drive changeGovernment mandates, innovation, and usability are factors that will determine which EHRs will lead the industry