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EHR Voice Recognition: An End to the ‘No Eye Contact’ Problem? « EHRScope.com

EHR Voice Recognition: An End to the ‘No Eye Contact’ Problem? « EHRScope.com | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
EHR the end of eye contact?http://t.co/lY4pZyNi See what’s in your data clearly: http://t.co/iM98loFs...
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EHR Adoption Improved Care for Cholesterol, Diabetes, Study ...

EHR Adoption Improved Care for Cholesterol, Diabetes, Study ... | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
A study finds that implementing electronic health record systems at 17 Northern California hospitals led to an increase in monitoring and improved outcomes for patients with diabetes or high cholesterol levels.
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Health IT Promotion Goes Direct-To-Consumer - iHealthBeat

Health IT Promotion Goes Direct-To-Consumer - iHealthBeat | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
Health IT Promotion Goes Direct-To-ConsumeriHealthBeatMost U.S. physicians are in the process of implementing electronic health records, motivated by the incentives provided through the HITECH Act.
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5 health systems join Florida HIE - Healthcare IT News

5 health systems join Florida HIEHealthcare IT NewsTALLAHASSEE, FL – The Florida Health Information Exchange added five health networks this week, bringing the total number of organizations in its system to 17.
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Meaningful Use Stage 2 - What to expect as healthcare consumers ...

How Meaningful Use Stage 2 will change healthcare consumers' interactions with their doctors.
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More complex EHRs can result in declines of quality measures - American Medical News

More complex EHRs can result in declines of quality measures - American Medical News | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
More complex EHRs can result in declines of quality measuresAmerican Medical News... heart failure, pneumonia and surgical care infection prevention.
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Meeting Meaningful Use: Community Hospitals Shouldn't Lose Sight of Stage 1 - Becker's Hospital Review

Meeting Meaningful Use: Community Hospitals Shouldn't Lose Sight of Stage 1 - Becker's Hospital Review | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
Meeting Meaningful Use: Community Hospitals Shouldn't Lose Sight of Stage 1Becker's Hospital ReviewFor a variety of reasons, some hospitals delayed initiating meaningful use stage 1.
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Revised HL7 Standards Takes EHR Management to a New Level | Journal of AHIMA

A new version of international EHR standards is paving the way for the development of more robust health IT and health records.
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Walgreens to implement system-wide EHR | EHR Watch

Walgreens to implement system-wide EHR | EHR Watch | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
Walgreens to implement system-wide EHR http://t.co/PhwQGaTz...
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Electronic Health Records Make Doctors Accountable and Some Don't Like That

Electronic Health Records Make Doctors Accountable and Some Don't Like That | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
Electronic health records allow precise audits of medical errors to see exactly how a patient was injured. Some in the medical informatics industry think that's bad.
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GE Health Information Exchange (HIE) a secure, standards-based infrastructure

Driving innovation and leveraging years of experience in the healthcare industry, GE Healthcare's eHealth Solutions is a leading provider of health informati...
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Why It’s Hard to Motivate Doctors to Change | Hello Health

Why It’s Hard to Motivate Doctors to Change | Hello Health | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
Why It’s Hard to Motivate Doctors to Change http://t.co/389AkW1W via @sharethis...
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New Thoughts on EHR Design

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Endorsed by the 30 state HIMAs, For The Record is the nation's leading newsmagazine for health information professionals such as Transcriptionists, Certified Medical Transcriptionists, Coding Specialists, HIM Educators, HIM Directors, HIT...
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Vecna offers mobile, easy-to-use EHR with solar charger - mobihealthnews

Vecna offers mobile, easy-to-use EHR with solar charger - mobihealthnews | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
mobihealthnewsVecna offers mobile, easy-to-use EHR with solar chargermobihealthnewsThough it hasn't been designed to help providers achieve meaningful use – or necessarily for the U.S.
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AHIMA 2012: Critical access, rural hospitals grapple with EHR, CQMs - EHRIntelligence.com

AHIMA 2012: Critical access, rural hospitals grapple with EHR, CQMs - EHRIntelligence.com | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
AHIMA 2012: Critical access, rural hospitals grapple with EHR, CQMsEHRIntelligence.comAs part of Stage 1 Meaningful Use, eligible hospitals must report 15 CQMs to demonstrate meaningful use.
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Should There Be National Patient ID Numbers?

Should There Be National Patient ID Numbers? | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
One of the challenges in connecting the dots in health care – linking together all the fragments of health data about a given patient... (Should There Be National Patient ID Numbers?
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EHR Voice Recognition: An End to the ‘No Eye Contact’ Problem? « EHRScope.com

EHR Voice Recognition: An End to the ‘No Eye Contact’ Problem? « EHRScope.com | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
EHR the end of eye contact?http://t.co/lY4pZyNi See what’s in your data clearly: http://t.co/iM98loFs...
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Vecna offers mobile, easy-to-use EHR with solar charger - mobihealthnews

Vecna offers mobile, easy-to-use EHR with solar charger - mobihealthnews | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
mobihealthnewsVecna offers mobile, easy-to-use EHR with solar chargermobihealthnewsThough it hasn't been designed to help providers achieve meaningful use – or necessarily for the U.S.
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Alabama forges ahead with EHR efforts - EHRIntelligence.com

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Alabama forges ahead with EHR effortsEHRIntelligence.comDespite limited resources and an economy pummeled by recession, Alabama's Health Information Exchange (HIE) Commission and the state's Medicaid agency have won praise for their successful...
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HIE Models: Security Pros and Cons - HealthcareInfoSecurity

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Which data architecture model for health information exchanges - centralized, federated or hybrid - is the most secure?
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Patient Portal Features That Could Improve Patient Care

Patient Portal Features That Could Improve Patient Care | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
From scheduling appointments and requesting prescription refills online to viewing test results and accessing account information, patient portals and EMR software are helping to transform the health experience and improve ...
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NextGen Healthcare and Nipro Diagnostics Forge Partnership to Help Diabetes ... - The Herald | HeraldOnline.com

NextGen Healthcare and Nipro Diagnostics Forge Partnership to Help Diabetes ... - The Herald | HeraldOnline.com | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
NextGen Healthcare and Nipro Diagnostics Forge Partnership to Help Diabetes ...The Herald | HeraldOnline.comThis partnership provides NextGen Ambulatory EHR users instant access to data points captured by patients at home who are using the Nipro...
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Kona Hospital hosts large-scale EMR implementation | Hawaii 24/7

Kona Hospital hosts large-scale EMR implementation | Hawaii 24/7 | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
MEDIA RELEASE Beginning Aug. 27, approximately 100 medical, hospital and IT professionals will descend on the Kona community for a month- long integrated test of the Hawaii Health System Corporation's ...
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EHR Journeys: An Interview with Dr. Linda Pourmassina | The HIT Community

EHR Journeys: An Interview with Dr. Linda Pourmassina | The HIT Community | Adopting Electronic Health Records | Scoop.it
“@kevinmd: RT @lindap_md: Check out this piece on my EHR experience.
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EHR conversion makes sense for clinical, financial reasons | Ophthalmology

#OCTIPER #ASRS update - http://t.co/pld5qKuf - EHR conversion makes sense for clinical, financial reasons...
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