Evaluating medical office purchase alternatives based on cost is an incomplete analysis and likely to be misleading.
A positive vendor-practice relationship is often the difference between smooth sailing and a bad breakup. Here's how to have a happy marriage.
Here are some additional thoughts on whether your medical practice's EHR should be located in the cloud or on the ground.
Though Stage 2 doesn’t begin until 2014, physicians — even those who have not yet attested to Stage 1 — can start preparing now.
EHR construction is analogous to house construction in many ways, but the builders of both structures may not always have the right tools for the job.
From slow machines to system failures, here's how to deal with the most common technology snafus.
Transitioning to ICD-10 presents big challenges, so turn to technology to ease your coding woes.
Properly using technology at your practice is critical, as is determining who will help you use it effectively.
An EHR installation is only the halfway point between overflowing filing cabinets and a truly digitized practice. Here's what comes next.