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Switching EHR

According to the survey of Black Book Rankings, 17% of existing EMR users is not satisfied with their current solutions and planning to switch to a new one in this year. 562 more words


6 Biggest Meaningful Use Challenges for Rural Hospitals

Written by Kathleen Rone

Rural hospitals are prime examples of how telemedicine, health information technology and meaningful use can benefit the healthcare industry as they may increase specialty care access, improve quality and decrease costs. 1,197 more words

National Latino Alliance On Health Information Technology

DOD, VA Announce Joint Health Record Milestone

By Cheryl Pellerin and Army Sgt. 1st Class Tyrone C. Marshall Jr.
American Forces Press Service

NORTH CHICAGO, Ill., – The Defense and Veterans Affairs departments announced a milestone in their effort to combine their health records in what will become the world’s largest electronic system by 2017, the secretaries of both departments announced here today. 919 more words

Electronic Health Records

Managing Provider Productivity during an EHR Project

I get asked this question all the time. What are the industry standards of productivity loss during an EHR project? Depending on who asks this they all expect a diffident number as the answer e.g.: CFO, Clinical Director, Ops Director etc. 310 more words

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The Socio Technology in the Anatomy of a Health IT project


Organizations spend enormous amounts of resources in upgrading their existing information technology (IT) infrastructure. It is not rare that these initiatives are enterprise wide solutions requiring changes in the culture and fabric of the organization. 4,531 more words

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