Move to value-based reimbursement taxes EHRs November 17, 2016 By Mary K. Pratt Physicians face challenges in preparing systems for the move to value-based reimbursement, including what it will mean for electronic health record systems. Security assessments should extend beyond EHRs November 17, 2016 By Mary K. Pratt Analysis to identify and mitigate risks should follow patient data, according to experts. Three strategic factors to consider when selecting your next EHR October 17, 2016 By Mary Pratt Finding the right match is critical, so be sure to find the vendor that can offer something that complements your current practice operations. Six tips to help practices adapt to a new EHR October 17, 2016 By Mary K. Pratt Post-implementation management strategies can ease the adjustment to a new system. Six things to consider before switching EHRs September 12, 2016 By Mary K. Pratt Completing these crucial tasks before you switch from an old electronic health record system to a new one can help ensure a successful implementation. Physicians share lessons learned after switching EHRs September 12, 2016 By Mary K. Pratt Doctors share the biggest mistakes, missteps and oversights they made when switching from one EHR to another. ONC app contest looks to improve physician workflow August 15, 2016 By Mary K. Pratt Four winning apps work to generate better use of data collected by doctors in their EHR systems to improve patient care. EHRs hold population health management promise August 15, 2016 By Mary K. Pratt EHRs can aid primary care doctors in better managing their patient populations, but challenges exist in optimizing the technology for this purpose. DirectTrust to ONC: Broaden interoperability measurements July 12, 2016 By Mary K. Pratt HIT coalition says the medical field must measure all forms of information sharing today so it can accurately assess interoperability successes moving forward. Study reveals physicians’ technology-related frustration July 12, 2016 By Mary K. Pratt A Mayo Clinic report reveals many physicians are dissatisfied with EHRs and patient portals, saying they improve neither their efficiency nor patient care.