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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

The Need for Semantic Interoperability Standards in Clinical Data

by Angela Guess Brian Wells recently wrote in Healthcare IT News, “There are many promising initiatives underway that seek to combine rich clinical data from electronic health record systems running in provider sites across the county...Show More Summary

2016 Black Book Survey Ranks drchrono #1 Mobile Electronic Health Record App by Physicians

drchrono, Inc., announced today that the company has been named the top mobile EHR app by medical professionals in the 2016 Black Book independent survey. This marks the fourth consecutive year that drchrono has earned this designation. Show More Summary

The Electronic Health Record: Boon or Boondoggle?

In 2009, Congress passed the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act. In this law was a requirement that physicians and hospitals must start using electronic health records (EHR) by 2014. Written into the law were Medicare reimbursement...Show More Summary

Practice Fusion Is Cloud-Based EHR Market Share Leader According to Most Accurate Market Share Report to Date

Practice Fusion, the #1 cloud-based electronic health record (EHR) platform, was named the fourth largest EHR vendor by market share — with a share of 6.5 percent of the overall EHR market in the U.S. — in the latest SK&A report on Physician Office Usage of EHR Software. Show More Summary

Here's why CrossChx's Sean Lane thinks multibillion-dollar electronic health records companies are doomed

COLUMBUS—CrossChx Inc. is working to get its software into every U.S. hospital system, but it has never tried to make its software compatible with the massive electronic medical records systems that hospitals spend hundreds of millions...Show More Summary

Immunization rates climb when pediatricians have easy access to vaccination records

May 5, 2016 -- Exchange of immunization data between a centralized city immunization registry and provider electronic health records led to significant improvements in pediatric immunization coverage, a reduction in over-immunization...Show More Summary

Revisiting the Impact of Electronic Health Records on the Industry

3 weeks agoTechnology : Smarterware

Ever since electronic health records technology was introduced in the late 20th century, the healthcare industry has undergone rapid progression. Currently, physicians’ use of EMR and EHR systems is at an all-time high. Let’s take this time to look back and review just how transformational this technology has been in the industry. Show More Summary

New study shows electronic health records often capture incomplete mental health data

This study compares information available in a typical electronic health record (EHR) with data from insurance claims, focusing on diagnoses, visits, and hospital care for depression and bipolar disorder.

New study shows electronic health records often capture incomplete mental health data

New York, NY - April 21, 2016: Complementary sources of data can be used to paint a more complete picture of a patient's health trajectory than a single source. Significant recent investment in Electronic Health Records (EHRs) took place on the assumption of improved patient safety, research capacity, and cost savings. Show More Summary

If meaningful use is a great idea, why isn’t it employed more widely?

A decade ago, electronic health records were aggressively promoted for a number of reasons.  Proponents claimed that they would facilitate the sharing of health information, reduce error rates in health care, increase health care efficiency,...Show More Summary

Mount Sinai Health System Launches OpenNotes Initiative Allowing Patients Access to Clinical Notes

Mount Sinai Health System has launched OpenNotes Initiative that allows patients electronic access to their provider’s notes in their medical records, at the East 102nd Street and East 85th Street Primary Care Associates of the Mount Sinai Doctors Faculty Practice offices. Show More Summary

Mount Sinai Health System Launches Opennotes Initiative to Improve Communication Between Patients and Providers

Mount Sinai Health System has launched OpenNotes, a national initiative that allows patients electronic access to their provider's notes in their medical records

Physicians and patients must retake control of how health care is delivered

For years, many physicians have complained about the onerous nature of government-certified electronic medical records. However, thanks to the HITECH Act, the rush to digitize medical records has continued. Due to the impetus provided by the ACA and subsequently by MACRA, the mad rush has progressed into a frenzy of data-collecting and reporting activity, all […]

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