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Digital trust could be the key to ensure personal health data

The transition into the era of electronic health records and health wearables has resulted in a plethora of electronic patient information including dates of birth, home addresses, social security records, insurance details and medical data. Show More Summary

It Looks Like The Stick Is Working Well On The GPs As Far As The myHR Is Concerned. Not That The System Is Actually Being Used Much!

This appeared a few days ago.8 July, 2016GPs warming to e-health recordsPosted by julie lambert The financial pinch on GPs is clearly sharpening interest in electronic health records.According to the latest figures, 1085 general practices...Show More Summary

drchrono Partners with American Health Information Management Association

drchrono Inc., the industry leading Electronic Health Record (EHR), practice management, revenue cycle management and medical API platform on iPad, iPhone and web, today launched a new partnership and program for students in health information management with the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Show More Summary

This Is An Interesting Review Of The Progress Made In My Health Record Usability. A Desperately Sad And Incompetent Saga.

I had missed this page when on the NEHTA site or maybe it is a new page from ADHA. Not sure.Anyway it makes for interesting readingUsability Improvements PCEHR means the My Health Record, formerly the "Personally Controlled Electronic...Show More Summary

No surprise doctors dislike electronic health records

Many healthcare providers have a jaundiced view of this vaunted technology.        

Doctors Are Burned Out by Busywork: Study

3 weeks agoHealth : Healthland

Electronic health records and digital clerical work are strongly linked to burnout

Electronic Medical Practice Environment Can Lead to Physician Burnout

The growth and evolution of the electronic environment in health care is taking a toll on U.S. physicians. That's according to a national study of physicians led by Mayo Clinic which shows the use of electronic health records and computerized physician order entry leads to lower physician satisfaction and higher rates of professional burnout. Show More Summary

The AMA Clearly Has A Different Vision For The My Health Record Than The Government. More Discussion Is Needed!

The AMA came out a week or so ago regarding the My Health Record. Here is the introduction and conclusions (the rest is on their web site at the link below):Shared Electronic Medical Records - Revised 2016AMA Position Statement on Shared Electronic Medical Records - Revised 2006. Show More Summary

EHR Adoption: Benefits and Challenges

4 weeks agoHealth : Vigyanix

Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are rapidly becoming an integral component of any efficient healthcare system.  Professional doctors and hospitals are required to demonstrate the meaningful use of certified electronic medical records. Show More Summary

What went wrong with health care IT

One of the topics’s that I’ve written most about, and also do a considerable amount of non-clinical consulting work on, is how we can improve health care information technology and electronic medical records. As they currently exist, there are unfortunately many drawbacks to health care IT systems, and they have as yet failed to fulfill their immense […]

I Have Heard Of Some Health IT Fiascos But This One Is Right Up There!

Dr Terry Hannan spotted this amazing yarn.Nanaimo doctors say electronic health record system unsafe, should be shut downBy Cindy E. Harnett, Victoria Times Colonist May 27, 2016 Nine weeks after rolling out the paperless iHealth system,...Show More Summary

ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS: A FLOP. “Dr. Peter Sutherland, a family physician in Tennessee, made t…

ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS: A FLOP. “Dr. Peter Sutherland, a family physician in Tennessee, made the shift to computerized patient records from paper in the last few years. There are benefits to using electronic health records, Dr. Sutherland says, but grappling with the software and new reporting requirements has slowed him down. He sees fewer patients, […]

Electronic Health Records Progressing, Still Not Ubiquitous

News this week included EHR use rates, mobile data traffic growth numbers, SCADA malware, SDN/NFV savings predictions and LTE testing plans.

HIT Mayhem, Canadian Style: Nanaimo doctors say electronic health record system unsafe, should be shut down, non-medical PR hacks say it's perfectly safe

Some candid honesty:To hell with doctors and nurses and their concerns about horrible health IT. That seems the international standard in 2016 regarding their concerns. There's just too much money to be made in this business to worry...Show More Summary

I Hope This Is Not True But Rather A Matter Of Poor Expression Of What It Happening.

I spotted this page the other day from the Austin Hospital in Melbourne.My Health RecordAustin Health is participating in the My Health Record system, formerly known as the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR).Austin...Show More Summary

Mercy Health Named “Analytics Wizard” by SAP, Saves Provider $9M in Surgery-Related Costs

What began a decade ago as a vision for a unified electronic patient record has propelled Mercy into a model of care driven by information. Today, Mercy’s physicians, care team and leaders have intelligence – not just data – at their fingertips boosting productivity and driving improvements that minimize unnecessary care and cost, and keep... Read More

Military Health System EHR is Christened GENESIS

The new system to transform military health records has an official name. Military Health System (MHS) officials say the new electronic health record (EHR) will be called MHS GENESIS and will launch at the end of calendar year 2016.Show More Summary

Big data, better care for chronic kidney disease patients

A team of physicians and computer scientists is using merged electronic health records to improve care and clinical outcomes for patients with chronic kidney disease, which affects some 26 million American adults.

Big Data, Better Care for Chronic Kidney Disease Patients

A team of physicians from Christiana Care Health System and computer scientists from the University of Delaware is using merged electronic health records to improve care and clinical outcomes for patients with chronic kidney disease, which affects some 26 million American adults.

This Is A Rather Ominous Report With The Same Story Also Happening Globally.

This appeared last week:Australian health sector an easy target for cyber criminals, says IBMA push to encourage greater adoption of electronic health records has raised the spectre of online record theftBeverley Head 09 May 2016 16:30According...Show More Summary

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