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Doctors Give Tech an F

Nearly three-fourths of practices surveyed for this year's Physicians Practice Technology Survey say the health IT industry is failing because doctors don't like the technology they use. What can be done to improve that?

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The latest batch of 2017 Physicians Practice Tech Survey data reveals that more practices are getting patients to use its portal.

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According to our 2017 Technology Survey, half of physicians don't understand demonstrating IT use under Medicare payment reform. Here's what to know.

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An independent physician and a health IT executive join the podcast to talk about the current landscape of technology in medicine.

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Doctors aren't the problem, unusable systems are the problem, says this doctor. She airs her EHR grievances.

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Thanks to a new agreement, medical licensure issues won't hold back the growing telehealth industry nearly as much.

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To fall in line with its IPA, this practice is reluctantly switching its EHR system. Here's why they aren't happy about it.

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Only 5 percent of practices are using technology that monitors their patients' health status. Why haven't wearables made an impact in clinical care?

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