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New: The 2016 Tech Report

Physicians Practice has released the first ever Tech Report, featuring the complete results to our annual Technology Survey and other tech-based content for readers. This report is a must-read for the tech-minded physician or practice manager.

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Stephen McCallister, CPHIT

The top reasons healthcare data is breached are totally avoidable through low-hanging methods of security.

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We know what technologies practices are using today, but what will they be utilizing in 10 years? Here are six possibilities.

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Having the EHR in the exam room can be a benefit to the patient, however make sure it doesn't become a distraction. Here are tips to stay focused.

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While many think LinkedIn isn't the best way for a practice to market itself on social media, it has many benefits. Here's how to utilize the platform.

Saroj Misra, DO

The advent of the tablet and the smartphone as medical "tools" has created increasing opportunities for ''on-the-go" data access for today's healthcare providers.

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Using mobile EHR applications means being aware of the privacy implications of carrying protected health information in the palm of their hands.

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Physicians are likely going to give a loud groan when you ask them about EHRs. Why, then, have they warmed up to the mobile experience?

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