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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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Many practices are reluctant to make the switch from a physical server to the cloud. Here's why storing data in the cloud makes sense.

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Improved user experience, help with population health management capabilities and 2015 CMS certification round out this list.

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It seems like almost every physician is bringing a phone or tablet into the exam room and using mobile in their everyday life. Here are some medical apps to consider.

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From this doctor's point of view, EHRs make little sense when it comes to dollars and cents.

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Avoid having problems with data protection. Here are eight steps to take to develop and support an effective IT security training program.

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When you keep the patient as your focus, figuring out how to get behavioral health data into the EHR works itself out.

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Templates can make documenting care more efficient, but doctors still need to make each visit unique. Here are some pros and cons on using them.

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