July 21st, 2017


Out with the Old: Minimizing EHR Vendor Transfer Glitches

Suggestions for how to enable a smooth transition from one EHR vendor to another.

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July 18th, 2017


What the eClinicalWorks Settlement Means for Practices and Their Use of EHR

Guidance for practices wondering if the move affects their own liability.

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April 5th, 2016


Effective Information Exchange Within Medical Teams

In the first article of a two-part series dealing with the effective exchange of information within medical teams, Bill O’Neill, Director of Communications and Outreach for CPEP, highlights the need for appropriate record keeping and effective documentation.

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April 15th, 2012


Did You Get the Call? The Electronic Records & Electronic Communications Questionnaire Phone Interviews

BY KELLY CLAY, J.D. AND DESTIN TRACY, J.D. OF WOMBLE CARLYLE SANDRIDGE & RICE, LLP Every medical practice is, or soon will be, creating, storing and communicating Electronic Health Records (EHRs), and attempting to safeguard them within a digital world of expanding communication options, including the hugely popular and widely accessible social media. Add to […]

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January 15th, 2007


101 Questions and Answers About Electronic Medical Records: Coming Soon!

“Where can I get a list of reputable EMR vendors?” “How many vendor reference calls should we make?” “What kinds of things should we include in our vendor contract?” “Once we have an established EMR, how long will it take before our physicians will be able to see more patients?” If your practice is considering […]

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July 15th, 2006


How to Select an EMR

by Jennifer Lewis, Director of Marketing, A4 Health Systems Whether it’s streamlining workflow, saving providers and staff time, or improving a practice’s bottom line, the benefits of Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems have been widely documented and go beyond enhancement of patient care. Physicians have realized that paper charts are mired in inefficiency, and the […]

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