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TELEMEDICINE DISCONNECT

Telemedicine is supposed to be the wave of the future and change the way care is delivered. Yet, despite an undeniable level of excitement and available technology, many doctors have yet to adopt it. Why?

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Having the EHR in the exam room can be a benefit to the patient, however make sure it doesn't become a distraction. Here are tips to stay focused.

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The only way to get physicians on board with a change management initiative is to use the same weapon they use when treating a patient — data.

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Looking at AMA CEO James Madara's words on the digital health landscape and what the physician advocacy group really thinks about the technology.

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Per proposed rules from CMS on implementation of MACRA, increased use of certified EHR technology will be required starting in 2018.

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Despite the progress the healthcare industry has had in adopting EHRs, the interoperability of these systems needs to be better.

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Telemedicine can not only save money for practices, but it can increase revenue as well. Here are ways how.

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Physicians who are skeptical of telehealth, here are five reasons that you should try out the technology and give it a chance.

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