It's almost Election Day. Here's how the two men vying for the Oval Office compare when it comes to issues facing today's physicians.
Do you know what a PHR is? Hint: It's not another term for an EHR. A personal health record is patient-facing and patients are increasingly coming to expect it. Here's what you need to know about how these tools can help you engage patients in their own care.
As anti-fraud efforts step up, there's little doubt that the OIG will be looking at your practice. Make sure your patient records accurately reflect physician services.
The government doesn't mind evaluating you through its EHR incentive plan. But as it moves past the two-year mark, it's time for us to evaluate the program's progress in getting physicians like you to adopt and use (meaningfully, of course) technology.
This video interview with MGMA consultant Rosemarie Nelson is packed with simple ways physicians can better balance patient care and practice management.
Which tech tools are must-haves? And how much are practices paying for all those tech goodies? Our annual survey of more than 1,300 practices has the answers.
Are you waiting for EHR vendors to develop smartphone and iPad-friendly applications, so you can work from home, the hospital, or a coffee shop? Your wait may finally be ending, but there's much to know before taking your mobile EHR for a spin.
From slow machines to system failures, here's how to deal with the most common technology snafus.
Remote access to a medical group’s server can be as much of a headache as a time saver when things go wrong, according to IT experts.
Paul Grundy, director of healthcare transformation with IBM, discusses meaningful connections through health IT and the patient-centered medical home care model.