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How Medical Practices Can Stay Ahead of EHR Adoption

EHR implementation is still the most pressing tech problem for physicians, according to our 2014 Technology Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, but the factors vary among independent and hospital-employed physicians.

Also, check out full results from the 2014 survey of 1,400 medical practices nationwide.

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Your medical practice's patient portal is not a "field of dreams." Just because you build it, doesn’t guarantee that people will come.

Meaningful use requirements that require more patient engagement may be the most difficult for physicians. Here's how to meet them head on at your practice.

While new technology brings great opportunities to medical practices, it also raises new challenges when attempting to keep protected health information secure.

Tech demos often focus on standard features that don't tell the whole story. Take control by providing vendors with a list of the problems you want to solve.

There are four good reasons to consider an investment in online scheduling, including attracting new patients and retaining existing ones.

An EHR work flow gap may be to blame for delayed treatment of a Liberian suffering from Ebola in the U.S. Here's how we can avoid such problems in the future.

If your practice is still dragging its feet when it comes to EHR, consider hiring an expert to help with selection and implementation.

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