I talked to the pros to learn how getting patients engaged can make you more money, make patients happier and boost your job satisfaction.
Oregon and Vermont are operating their own health insurance marketplaces. I spoke to leadership in both states to figure out how they’re getting it right.
Three doctors reveal how their EHRs contribute to lower operating costs and greater revenue, and share tips on how you can achieve the same success.
ECLIPSE has helped Tuck Chiropractic with HITECH requirements, exchanging information and solving claims issues.
We polled readers around the web, and 68 percent agree the FDA should regulate mobile medical apps. Here’s why that’s good for the industry.
Can a free EMR solution adequately meet your practice’s needs? Here’s what you should keep in mind when evaluating free vs. paid systems.
What will big data mean for healthcare? I talked to expert Dr. Russell Richmond, and looked at five companies using big data today.
We asked EHR providers to show us their best and most user-friendly user interfaces. We’ve selected the top 10 screens.
Implementing an EHR solution can be a challenge. Cleveland Clinic’s Kelli Mangino sheds some light on what makes or breaks an implementation.
Concierge medicine can allow doctors to see fewer patients while providing more personal service and better care. Is it right for your practice?
Analyzing three years of proprietary data, we discovered that a growing percentage of EHR buyers are replacing existing EHRs.
Physicians looking to scale their practices cost-effectively face a tough choice when it comes to deciding who to hire.
Training isn’t just helpful—research has shown that it’s essential to the implementation process. Here, we’ve put together five effective EHR training tips.
A common complaint of EHRs is that they interfere with doctor-patient interactions. We’ve identified the following solutions to maintain positive patient relationships.
Collecting funds can be hard once the patient walks out the door. Fortunately, there’s a wide range of techniques to see that you collect the right amount from patients.
The average wait time in a general practitioner’s office is 20 minutes. And, according to the Journal of General Internal Medicine, most people think that’s too long.
Some doctors worry that EMR software could interfere with their patient interactions. We’d like to know how your EMR has affected interactions.
It’s hard enough for any of us to consider taking a vacation in the current economic climate, let alone those of us responsible for the health of others.
With the rapid growth of the EMR market, we thought it was time to revisit how EMR software can improve profitability. Here are five ways.
Medical professionals continue to use the two acronyms interchangeably because they describe digitization of medical records. But a rough distinction has emerged.