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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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HIEs are increasingly connecting providers centered around primary-care, but what about behavioral data?

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While upgrading your technology may cost you, it will pay off in the long run, according to recent research efforts.

John Bender, MD

This Colorado practice switched to a cloud-based EHR and then switched back to a server-based system. Here's the reason why.


Why is one OB/GYN practice dedicated to pulling information from its EHR and other data sources?

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New research from the MGMA indicates that physician-owned multispecialty practices are paying $32,500 per full-time physician for various IT expenses.

John David Goodson, MD

In our latest podcast we spoke with two healthcare policy stakeholders on the potential delay of MACRA, and what it could mean for small practices.


This physician says the EHR can be both a source of burnout and frustration as well as a tool that improves work-life balance. Here's how.


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