EHR

Cloud-Based EHR Systems vs. On-Premise

Choosing deployment for your software is like choosing a new car. Options vary in price and what they can offer you, but the end goal is the same. Choosing between on-premise vs cloud based EHR systems can feel like comparing a Mazda to a Lexus, but we’re here to tell you about the pros and cons of both types of EHR software that may surprise you.

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eClinicalWorks vs Allscripts EHR

A medical office’s duty is to their patients, not to paperwork and micromanaging every element of their practice. Luckily, there are plenty of options for EHR software solutions to help streamline your office workflows and get back to doing what you love.

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The Difference Between Medical Practice Management and EHR Software

It can be a bewildering challenge trying to figure out the difference between various software tools commonly used by medical practices and facilities providers. One common tool in an electronic medical practice is Medical Practice Management (MPM) software; the other is an Electronic Health Record system. They do two distinctly different jobs and help with different areas of healthcare operations.

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Popular EMR/EHR Systems and Software List

The federal EHR incentive program has kick-started the adoption of electronic health records (EHR) and electronic medical records (EMR) systems for small practices and large hospitals alike. Providing an updated way to keep records has made the health information technology market explode. Converting and maintaining e-records is becoming easier every year. However, the long list of available vendors can be overwhelming and confusing.  To help you and your medical practice make the best choice for the needs of your patients and physicians, consider the following vendors leading the way in EHR and EMR software. These products are rated as top performers based on our product scoring tool and conversations we’ve had with software buyers.

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The Logistics of EHR Implementation

Electronic health record systems, also known as EHRs, have transformed the way that the healthcare industry conducts patient care. These systems not only make patient information more accessible, but also keep it secure while maintaining patient privacy. Not to mention, EHRs make it a lot easier for physicians to record and pull up their patient records. All of this is why many healthcare organizations are going through the process of an EHR implementation.

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Web-Based EHR Software and Everything You Need to Know

Whether you’re considering it for the first time or are ready to upgrade to something different, knowing what to look for in web-based EHR software is an absolute must. Electronic health records software, or EHR software, has been around for some time. New features are debuting all the time, which can make it tricky to zero in on software that will suit the needs of your practice.

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Selecting the Best EHR Vendor for Your Specialty Practice

From a technical perspective, a specialty EHR may be appropriate. But don’t overlook key business considerations.

Selecting your first EHR, or switching to another, involves many technical and business considerations. This is one of the biggest technology decisions your specialty practice or clinic will ever make. It’s not easy to evaluate complex software applications, let alone sort through the hundreds of vendors each touting its self-proclaimed “best solution.”

Dan GreenfieldSelecting the Best EHR Vendor for Your Specialty Practice
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Fast Track EHR Vendor and Software Comparison Guide

Recent studies of the US healthcare market share report that over 95% of American hospital systems currently use Electronic Health Record (EHR) technology of some sort . As these systems mature, as the EHR market itself matures, and as the consolidation of health systems continues, there remains a strong need to find scalable, sustainable and suitable health information technology for healthcare practices of all size and scope.

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14 Top Behavioral and Mental Health EMR/EHR Providers and What To Look For

When the EMR (electronic medical records) software market first emerged, behavioral and mental health professionals had very few available choices designed to suit their specific needs. Many ended up settling for medically-oriented EMRs that, despite including custom templates designed for their specialty, weren’t entirely suited to their needs.

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Do You Need an EHR Implementation Champion?

Adopting an EHR is a wise move. However, the process of actually implementing it can create a lot of havoc in your medical practice. Once the transition is finished, your staff is sure to agree that it was the right thing to do. During the actual implementation period, however, things can get a little rocky. One of the best ways to ensure a smooth, streamlined EHR implementation is by selecting a member of your staff to champion the process.

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How to Conduct an EHR Readiness Assessment

Electronic health records (EHR) systems have become almost as much of a medical necessity as hospitals themselves.  But before implementing an EHR system, it’s in your best interest to perform an EHR readiness assessment.  Indeed, an effective EHR readiness assessment is a better way to head into evaluation and implementation than making guesses based on assumptions.  Whether your office is a part of a private practice or a collection of hospitals, skipping this vital step can easily end up wasting untold amounts of time and money.  And on top of that, you can miss out on qualifying for EHR incentive programs if your practice doesn’t use it effectively.

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EHR Software Demo Questions to Ask

Electronic Health Records, or EHR, allow health care providers to combine all of the data needed to manage patients’ medical records. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality states that EHR software can improve quality of care and lower costs. Instead of keeping everything filed away in a manila folder, providers can now collect information in one place and make it accessible to everyone in the practice.

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Understanding the Advantages of Electronic Health Records

Advantages of electronic health records include: helping a healthcare provider to evaluate a patient’s previous conditions, identifying risks to an individual’s health, using templates for various injuries and rapidly obtain tests results. Moreover, some programs let physicians view a list of practitioners who have already treated a patient, and a doctor may evaluate notes that other physicians have added to an individual’s file.

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Ambulatory EHR vs Inpatient EHR

The popularity of health information technology is rising at an ever-increasing rate, and EHR adoption is no different. This has medical practices, hospitals and healthcare businesses alike asking: “How do I know the difference between ambulatory EHR vs inpatient EHR?” You may benefit from implementing both of these systems, or you may only need one or the other. Knowing the differences between the two can help you choose your best-fit electronic health records (EHR) vendor. As such, here’s an overview of these two specific pieces of EHR technology:

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Steps in Selecting EHR Technology

Electronic health record (EHR) software benefits are many: Complete and legible records, safety alerts for clinical decision support, and remote access. These benefits enhance patient safety and improve quality of care, which should decrease the frequency of professional liability claims. Medical innovations, however, often bring new risks, so physicians must keep potential harm to patients in mind and manage potential EHR liability risks proactively.

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How to Select An EHR

Electronic Health Records Systems, or EHRs, have a substantial set of benefits for health care practices and providers, especially in the wake of the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) passage and the medicaid EHR incentive program. Patient and provider access to digital records is what makes continuity of care possible. As such, even the smallest solo-preneur private medical and health practices cannot afford to go without it.  Understand how to select an EHR system and the key benefits for your own practice:

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Seven Key Benefits of EHR Systems

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) radically changed the healthcare landscape, and the rise of electronic health records (EHRs) as critical tools for delivery and continuity of care is one of its more involved outcomes. There are significant benefits of EHR systems for healthcare providers from small private practices to large hospitals and provider groups. To find the best EHR software for your business, make sure it provides these seven key benefits:

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