Survey finds that 40% of Doctors want to replace their Electronic Health Records (EHR). If you’re struggling with your current EHR or trying to find one that meets both your needs and Meaningful Use (MU) requirements, this information is for you.
Visualizing the Electronic Medical Practice of 2015 I just read an interesting article on the benefits of electronic health record (EHR) adoption. The article was written by Jeanette Borzo over at Software Advice. I thought it was a good narrative to with our readers. In the article, Jeanette depicts a doctor’s office in 2015, the year when financial penalties for failing to adopt EHRs are set to kick in. The article discusses everything from tracking patient health histories on an Continue Reading
Electronic Health Record Contracts I just finished reading an article about how to negotiate an Electronic Health Record software license agreement (SLA), by Houston Neal an EHR Market Analyst at Software Advice. I thought it would be a great resource for our readers. In the article, Houston’s focus is on the five key areas of medical software contracts: the user license, implementation, service obligations, hardware and interfaces and HITECH Act clauses. Houston writes ” …agreements can be complex and difficult Continue Reading