Five EHR-Related Medical Malpractice Landmines
EHRs have yet to become a major problem in medical malpractice, but the potential is there, experts say. Here are a few areas of EHR use to caution.
3 Controls to Prepare Your Practice for a Ransomware Attack
Selecting effective passwords and screensavers on computers helps, in addition to ongoing education about cybersecurity.
Telemedicine Wins Big in Texas, After Lengthy Battle
How does the recent telemedicine ruling in Texas correlate to mail-order pharmacies? Martin Merritt explains in this blog.
Pediatrics an Emerging Market for Telemedicine
The telemedicine phenomenon is growing, especially in pediatrics. This podcast looks at why the specialty is an ideal landing spot for the technology.
Ensure Emergency Access for Your Practice's IT Systems
If your IT person leaves your practice, you need to be prepared to take over his duties and ensure things continue to run smoothly.
Can HIT Live Up to the Hype?
Health information technology is playing a critical role in delivering data to the point of care when and how physicians need it.
How Trump’s Cybersecurity Order Affects Physicians
A recent executive order to ensure federal computer systems are safe from attack has implications for medical practices as well.
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