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Patient Portals

Making the Most of Your Patient Portal

It's understandable that many of you are hesitant to implement a patient portal. But practices that have taken the plunge say the time and money spent implementing the new technology leads to big payoffs — and quickly. Here's how to select, implement, and market a portal that will appeal to your patients.

Patient Portals

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Practices are sometimes eager to introduce new technologies to patients, but first they must look to see if it could truly benefit their population.

You likely have a patient portal to meet meaningful use, but here's how to put it into practice to really help your practice staff and your patients.

Patients tend to have a love-hate relationship with the waiting room. Here's how to make the experience better for them and your medical practice.

Many physicians don't use a patient portal. They should. A portal can offload a good portion of the front-end work for both staff and physicians.

Here are the results from our 2015 Technology Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, featuring replies from more than 1,100 medical practices on their use of EHRs, patient portals, and other tech tools.


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