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Seventy-one percent of physicians believe the promise of reduced costs resulting from increased use of health IT is inflated and that HIT will actually end up costing more, according to an insights paper released by Deloitte.
Nearly half of consumers believe that their physicians protect their electronic health records sufficiently, according to a new survey from Gfk Custom Research and IDentity Theft 911.
April 18, 2013
Six spine surgeons discuss how spine surgeons can partner with other surgeons to benefit patient care.
Published in Spine
March 21, 2013
Most physicians reported that the use of electronic health records decreased productivity at their practice, according to "EHR Report 2012," by Medscape from WebMD.
A new study, published in the March issue of Health Affairs, found that the average physician will lose $43,743 over five years after adopting electronic health record systems.
March 04, 2013
Originally scheduled for March 1, the 2 percent Medicare pay cut for physicians related to the across-the-board budget cuts from the sequester won't begin until April 1, according to a Medscape report.
Published in Billing & Coding
In a recent Physician Wellness Services/Cejka survey, physicians and healthcare administrators were asked to review cultural attributes and rate how important they felt each attribute is to physicians' satisfaction on a 10-point scale, with 10 representing "extremely important."
Published in Improving Practice Profits
January 31, 2013
Published in Pain Management
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.