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EHR Application For Preventative Action

Leveraging EHR Data for Better Patient Care For many health organizations, the reliable adoption of EHRs, particularly by physicians, has been a challenge. Some benefits are emerging, though, that ma

  • August 02, 2016|
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Assessing and Improving the Patient Journey

When The Patient Leaves Your Building, the Experience May Just Be Beginning Consumerism is the new mantra in many industries, including healthcare. But healthcare is different, and more personal, as

  • January 12, 2016|
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The Disconnect Between Patients and Their Data

Patient Data Access May Be Less Accessible Than You Think The data is being collected and stored, but if it can't be accessed by all who need it, its value is minimal at best. A recent survey reveals

  • January 08, 2016|
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Learning From Health Employees

Managing the Health of Your Employee Population In many settings, healthcare organizations employ very large numbers of employees. These employees represent a ready-made population group to help bett

  • January 06, 2016|
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Juggling New Roles in Healthcare

Interoperability Applies to People Too! With technology driving so much of the healthcare delivery process today, the traditional CIO role simply can't support all needs; new roles are emerging. One

  • January 06, 2016|
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Genomic Data: Fundamental to Preventative Care?

Adapt, Migrate, Mutate, or Die? The use of real-time data to aid in disease prevention, rather than disease treatment, is the next wave of healthcare according to Dave Bennett, senior vice president

  • January 05, 2016|
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Don’t Underestimate Better User Interface

Building Better Interfaces to Boost EHR and CDS Adoption Unless well implemented, the promise of EHR and CDS goes largely unrealized as many healthcare organizations are discovering. A recent report,

  • December 31, 2015|
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Embracing EHRs With Help From Scribes

Scribes: A New Role to Ease the Burden of EHR Adoption While technology is generally considered to be an efficiency booster, in some cases it gives rise to demands for new types of employees. This is

  • December 29, 2015|
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The Struggle for Patient Engagement

Identifying and Minimizing Barriers to mHealth Adoption A recent EDM Forum report points out that, while there is consumer interest, technical and political barriers are limiting the ability for heal

  • December 28, 2015|
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