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The Electronic-Medical-Records Email of the Day, No. 1 - The Atlantic

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The Electronic-Medical-Records Email of the Day, No. 1 The Atlantic "Just as cars are not all the same, Electronic Medical Records vary greatly.
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Tips To Help With Legal Document Scanning

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Legal document scanning is a skill that is increasingly in demand in today's office environments. There are a number of reasons for this.
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Five tips for when your Small Business is your Second Job

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Share business ideas, small business news and social media tips with Project Eve's community of women in business and entrepreneurs.

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Get to know why Melken is known for document scanning!

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Electronic medical records will build fruitful patient/ doctor relationship - The Information Daily

The Information Daily Electronic medical records will build fruitful patient/ doctor relationship The Information Daily But today, most doctors are not adequately using an available tool to help patients take ownership of their care: the electronic...
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The Digitization Megatrend

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By the year 2020, an entire generation, Generation C (for “connected”), will have grown up in a primarily digital world. Computers, the Internet, mobile phones, texting, social networking - all are second nature to members of this group. And their familiarity with technology, reliance on mobile communications, and desire to remain in contact with large networks of family members, friends, and business contacts will transform how we work and how we consume.

 

The phenomenon of digitization is reaching an inflection point. The effects of an increasingly digitized world are now reaching into every corner of our lives because three forces are powerfully reinforcing one another:

 

Consumer Pull: Consumers, and particularly Generation C, are already fully adapted to the digital environment. They naturally expect to be always connected, are willing to share personal data, and are more likely to trust referrals from their closest friends than well-known brands. Technology Push: Digital technology continues to expand its influence. The infrastructure backbone of the digital world is bringing affordable broadband to billions of consumers. In parallel, low-cost connected devices are being deployed in every industry, and cloud computing, and the vast information-processing machinery it requires, is developing quickly. Economic Benefits: The economic benefits to be captured through digitization are real. A wave of capital has poured into the new digitization technologies and companies, and the public markets reward early movers with unprecedented valuations

 


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How To Make Money Fast: Easily Choosing From Document Scanning Services

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Why Everyone Better Learn About ACOs | EMR and HIPAA

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While I wasn't working in healthcare at the time, I've heard a number of doctors say that doctors missed out on being part of the HMO process. Their voice

 

While I wasn’t working in healthcare at the time, I’ve heard a number of doctors say that doctors missed out on being part of the HMO process. Their voice wasn’t part of the process and they suffered as a consequence of that decision. As I consider that idea, I wonder if doctors aren’t in the same position again with ACOs.

 

I was reminded of this as I was reading through this whitepaper called ACO & Collaborative Care – The Basics. The whitepaper digs into a number of good ACO discussions, but I was struck by one of the opening phrases:

 

Health reform IS REAL and NOT GOING away.

That struck me, because I think many doctors are just hoping that this shift to ACOs and value based reimbursement will just go away. Certainly some of this hope is founded since ACO is such a nebulous concept and we’re not sure how it’s going to be implemented. However, just because a concept isn’t totally defined doesn’t mean that it’s not going to be the future of healthcare. I assure you that this shift in reimbursement isn’t going anywhere.

 

The fact that ACO is a nebulous concept is exactly why doctors should get involved in the process of defining an ACO. When there’s uncertainty, there’s opportunity. The question is whether the opportunity is going to be taken by doctors or by someone else. Ideally all parties will be involved and there will be a give and take. However, I think currently physician voices are underrepresented and they’ll suffer for it.

 

One other thing that the ACO & Collaborative Care – The Basics whitepaper points out nicely is that you can’t just go out and buy an ACO. There’s no off the shelf ACO solution that will solve your problems. It’s not a software. It’s not a program. It’s not an organization. It’s likely going to include all of those things and that means that it takes some planning, coordination and collaboration. You’re not going to be ready for it if you’re not part of the ACO conversation.


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Patient Empowerment And Their Role In The Electronic Medical Record - Forbes

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Patient Empowerment And Their Role In The Electronic Medical Record
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The EMR is here–at least in theory.
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How Online Content Can Drive Your Business Growth

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Online content is the first step in communication with a large number of potential customers. So, bring in some online interaction with your target audience.

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Syed Mujtaba's curator insight, October 9, 2017 9:47 PM

A Nice way to improve online content.