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Getting behavioral health online with EHRsWith value-based payment rising, sharing behavioral health information will become more critical in coordinating patient care.
Study: Mental health info often left out of EHR dataThe lack of patients’ mental health data is a microcosm of a larger provider-sharing problem, say authors.
EHRs allowing more analytics review for physiciansThe good news is that EHR systems are producing more data for physicians. The bad news is that utilizing this information isn’t an easy task.
Five mistakes you’re making with your EHRsThink you are using your EHR correctly? Think again. You may be guilty of one of these common pitfalls with the systems.
Uncertainty ahead for meaningful use and physiciansPhysicians know that Meaningful Use will soon become part of MIPS, but there plenty of other unknowns about the future use of EHRs.
Evaluating the current state of meaningful useAs healthcare moves away from the program as it currently exists, physicians must decide to keep EHRs or seek better solutions.
New rule would give ONC power to better enforce EHR certificationThe federal government announced Tuesday proposed rules that would give its Office of the National Coordinator for Healthcare Technology (ONC) greater oversight to ensure that certified electronic health records (EHR) can actually fulfill the functions physicians need them to, especially when it comes to interoperability.
Are patient portals a valuable tool or time waster?
Are patient portals a valuable tool or time waster?While patient portals can improve efficiency in some practices, they bring with them a host of challenges
Patients unhappy with doctors’ EHR use
Patients unhappy with doctors’ EHR useNo surprise here—patients say they are usually less satisfied with their doctor’s care when computers were used during appointments, according to a recent JAMA Internal Medicine study.
The end is in sight for Meaningful Use
The end is in sight for Meaningful UseCMS head says new program will focus on outcomes, not technology use.