In response to dramatically higher copays and deductibles, patients and their physicians are using technology to find the best prices for healthcare.
The relationship between physicians and their patients is at the core of medical practice. However, outside forces are changing the physician-patient dynamic.
Wireless networking is a great fit for a medical practice. But, before you go live, you should think about security and reliability issues first.
The top reasons healthcare data is breached are totally avoidable through low-hanging methods of security.
We know what technologies practices are using today, but what will they be utilizing in 10 years? Here are six possibilities.
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.
Using mobile EHR applications means being aware of the privacy implications of carrying protected health information in the palm of their hands.
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?
Physicians Practice surveyed 1,568 physicians, advanced practice providers, and practice administrators for its annual technology survey. Here's what they said.
Setting a concise, yet comprehensive, practice policy on social media use protects not only your patients but staff members as well.