Why you need enterprise equipment for your medical practice

February 18, 2019

The upfront savings of purchasing computer equipment from a nearby big-box store can be tempting. But remember: You get what you pay for.

How to Evaluate Medical Practice Equipment Acquisition Options

January 09, 2013

Evaluating medical office purchase alternatives based on cost is an incomplete analysis and likely to be misleading.

Improve Your Medical Practice Vendor Relationship

November 09, 2012

A positive vendor-practice relationship is often the difference between smooth sailing and a bad breakup. Here's how to have a happy marriage.

To Be or Not To Be an EHR in the Cloud

September 17, 2012

Here are some additional thoughts on whether your medical practice's EHR should be located in the cloud or on the ground.

Four Ways to Prepare for Stage 2 Rules of Meaningful Use

September 13, 2012

Though Stage 2 doesn’t begin until 2014, physicians - even those who have not yet attested to Stage 1 - can start preparing now.

EHR Construction Doesn't Always Include the Right Tools

July 23, 2012

EHR construction is analogous to house construction in many ways, but the builders of both structures may not always have the right tools for the job.

Tech Glitches That Derail a Medical Practice

July 03, 2012

From slow machines to system failures, here's how to deal with the most common technology snafus.

How Your Medical Practice Can Avoid ICD-10 Pitfalls

May 23, 2012

Transitioning to ICD-10 presents big challenges, so turn to technology to ease your coding woes.

Health IT Support at Your Medical Practice: Hire or Train?

March 02, 2012

Properly using technology at your practice is critical, as is determining who will help you use it effectively.