The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) convention is in full-swing in Orlando this week, and many medical practitioners have their ear to the ground for rumors about the upcoming ICD-10 deadline. Read More »
Archive for February, 2014
Can an EHR interface dictate physician decisions?
Simple variations in EHR templates have the potential to steer physicians in one direction or another with regard to testing options. Read More »
Study shows hospitals underestimate cost of EHR
There is no denying that EHR adoption can be costly. However, the benefits of the best chiropractic EHR more than outweigh the initial time and capital devoted to implementation. Read More »
Infographic: Make the most of your Golden Years with chiropractic care
Between an aging baby boomer generation and longer life expectancies across the board, the U.S. population is about to experience a major demographic shift. This … Read More »
Is EHR the answer to eldercare woes?
The U.S. population is getting older, as a surge of Baby Boomers have reached the big 6-0 and have started exploring their options for independent living and eldercare. Read More »
The role of chiropractic EHR providers in interoperability
Recently, Dr. Doug Fridsma, chief science officer of the Office of the National Coordinator of Health IT (ONC), discussed the role of individual EHR providers in promoting interoperability. Read More »
Can EHR software reduce the risk of this deadly aneurysm?
Researchers from Kaiser Permanente have unveiled a new EHR-backed program that may help protect patients from a potentially lethal heart event. Read More »
Survey: Physicians concerned about ICD-10
A recent survey of over 570 physician group practices found “high levels” of concern over ICD-10. Read More »