Displaying items by tag: emr
Six spine surgeons discuss the use of mobile technology to enhance their practice.
Published in Spine
April 19, 2013
Currently, around 66 percent of physicians say they use electronic health records to meet meaningful use stage one requirements, according to the Deloitte 2013 Survey of U.S. Physicians.
At the 11th Annual Orthopedic, Spine and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference, in Chicago, Robert Brownd will give a presentation titled "The Evolution of EMR – What Works for ASCs Today and How You Can Realize an ROI."
Published in News and Analysis
April 10, 2013
Stephen Punzak, MD, is the founder and CEO of Medical Web Technologies, a developer of the Internet-based pre-admission software One Medical Passport. Dr. Punzak is a practicing anesthesiologist for hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers.
Health organizations are using technology to implement programs that help improve quality of patient care, according to an infographic based on a survey called "Healthcare Insights 2012," by Emdeon, a provider of revenue and payment cycle management and clinical information exchange solutions.
Ira H. Kirschenbaum, MD, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, has written The OMG EMR Template Book – Orthopaedics, according to a recent news release.
March 27, 2013
By now, most physicians have at least begun the process of cleansing their offices of bulky patient charts and opted for the less cumbersome EHR / EMR systems. If you have not yet begun this process and are still utilizing paper charts, you may want to consider this transition. Regardless of the system you are using, patient intake data and EMR data may hold a value that is far less obvious than just convenience. EMR contains a wealth of demographic information about patient base. This information can vastly improve marketing efforts when the structure and procedure of patient intake questionnaires and forms is well-organized.
March 14, 2013
Five spine surgeons discuss what the most challenging part of switching to an electronic medical record was.
Published in Spine
January 28, 2013
Although many entities in the healthcare industry believe in the benefit of electronic medical records, it does not mean that EMR implementations will have no concerns or complaints. On the contrary, not every hospital or provider has a seamless experience implementing and transitioning to EMRs.
December 20, 2012
Dan Short, Vice President, Sales for Medical Web Technologies, outlines five major challenges ambulatory surgery centers face and how health information technology platforms can provide an efficient and cost effective solution.