Walmart Chooses Epic EHR

Healthcare IT Today

C-Suite Leadership EMR-EHR Health IT Company Healthcare IT Epic Epic EHR Epic MyChart Healthcare Wearables IBM Walmart Walmart Clinics Walmart HealthWhen you have 220 million customers and members visit approximately 10,500 locations, you have a lot of opportunities before you.

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EHR Wish List – #HITsm Chat Topic

Healthcare IT Today

This week’s chat will be hosted by John Lynn (@techguy) from @hcitoday on the topic “EHR Wish List.” ” While the EHR market is quite mature and we don’t see new EHR implementations happening a lot, […].

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Poor EHR Workflows are Like Arthritis

Healthcare IT Today

I recently tweeted out a link to my article about Not All EHR Being Created Equal with some important comments about bad workflows and how many EHR users just think they’re “normal.”

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MEDITECH EHR Migration and Legacy Data Management

Healthcare IT Today

EHR migrations are becoming more common as many healthcare organizations switch EHRs or choose to upgrade to a new version of their EHR. That was the situation Magnolia Regional Health Center found themselves in when they migrated to a new version of the MEDITECH EHR.

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Not All EHR Are Created Equal

Healthcare IT Today

Having written about EMR and EHR software for 15 years, it’s amazing to think how far we’ve come. Then, the HITECH Act provided $36 billion of stimulus money and required EHR […].

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Insights Into EHR Documentation Workstations

Healthcare IT Today

One of the most important and least covered things in healthcare IT is the various EHR Documentation Workstations.

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MEDITECH Integrates Genomics Into Their EHR

Healthcare IT Today

C-Suite Leadership Clinical EMR-EHR Genomics-Precision Medicine Health IT Company Healthcare IT Hospital - Health System EHR Genomics EMR Genomics Genomic Medicine Genomics Golden Valley Memorial Hospital Hoda Sayed-Friel Jennifer Ford Meditech MEDITECH EHR William Dailey

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Can Performance Analytics Impact the EHR Clinical Documentation Conundrum?

Healthcare IT Today

EHRs have been implemented for nearly two decades in healthcare and many usability issues still remain. Of these, one of the top issues reported by physician users in virtually every EHR usability study is clinical documentation.

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Modernizing Medicine EHR’s Approach to Telehealth – EHR Telehealth Series

Healthcare IT Today

As part of our ongoing series of telehealth interviews with EHR vendors, we’re excited to share our interview with Patric Edmondson, Chief Technology Officer and Dr. Andrew Rosenthal, Medical Director of Plastic Surgery at Modernizing Medicine.

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3 steps to changing your EHR system

KevinMD

If you are a physician unhappy with your current EHR system (surveys suggest 2 out of 3 are), and you do have the ability to switch, this article is for you.

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Azalea Health EHR’s Approach to Telehealth – EHR Telehealth Series

Healthcare IT Today

As part of our ongoing series of telehealth interviews with EHR vendors, we’re excited to share our interview with Baha Zeidan, Co-founder and CEO of Azalea Health. In this series, we talk with EHR vendors to better understand how they’re approaching telehealth.

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Changing EHR Leadership: New CEOs at Cerner and MEDITECH

Healthcare IT Today

In just the last month, we have two new CEOs of two of the largest EHR vendors in the industry. C-Suite Leadership EMR-EHR Health IT Company Healthcare IT Cerner David Feinberg Donald Tripp EHR CEOs EHR Leadership Epic Howard Messing Judy Faulkner Meditech Michelle O'Connor William Zollars

The EHR is autistic

KevinMD

Ironically, the same electronic health records (EHRs) initially designed as a tool to help physicians diagnose diseases have largely evaded diagnostic scrutiny. Talk to physicians who utilize them on a daily basis, however, and it becomes abundantly clear that today’s EHRs are ailing. They are adding hours to the physicians’ workday, siphoning attention from patient care, and sowing the seeds of demoralization across the profession of medicine. To address this. Read more.

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MEDITECH EHR’s Approach to Telehealth – EHR Telehealth Series

Healthcare IT Today

When we first started creating our live video telehealth list, we quickly realized that every healthcare organization was going to need to know and understand how their EHR vendor was planning to approach telehealth. Were EHR vendors going to roll out their own solution?

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AdvancedMD EHR’s Approach to Telehealth – EHR Telehealth Series

Healthcare IT Today

As part of our ongoing series of telehealth interviews with EHR vendors, we’re excited to share our interview with Tim Costantino, VP, Head of Product at AdvancedMD. In this series, we talk with EHR vendors to better understand how they’re approaching telehealth.

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Do Doctors Almost Universally Hate EHRs?

Healthcare IT Today

C-Suite Leadership Clinical EMR-EHR Healthcare IT Ambient Clinical Voice Automated EHR Documentation EHR EHR Documentation EMR Paper Charts Physician Documentation Burden

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API Access to EHRs is Required

Healthcare IT Today

Health IT Company Healthcare IT Interoperability IT IT Infrastructure and Dev Ops Regulations Certified APIs Cures Act EHR APIs Healthcare APIs Information Blocking Micky TripathiIf you can’t tell, Information Blocking is top of mind for those at ONC.

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Who’s Responsible? Epic or EHR Configuration

Healthcare IT Today

There’s a classic software problem that many who use an EHR don’t understand. Ambulatory EMR-EHR Healthcare IT Hospital - Health System LTPAC EHR Configuration EHR Optimization Epic Epic EHR Graham Walker Joanne Cournoyer Judy Faulkner

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Sentara Healthcare: Reducing Epic EHR Operating Costs by Virtualizing with VMware

Healthcare IT Today

When I look back at the history of EHR software, it’s amazing to see how far we’ve come. Especially when it comes to how an EHR is hosted.

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The Importance of Handling Legacy EHR Data During the Move to a New EHR

Healthcare IT Today

While many EHR projects were put on hold or at least slowed down during COVID-19, we’re starting to see many of these projects revving back up.

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Greenway Health EHR’s Approach to Telehealth – EHR Telehealth Series

Healthcare IT Today

As part of our ongoing series of telehealth interviews with EHR vendors, we’re excited to share our interview with David Cohen, Chief Product and Technology Officer at Greenway Health.

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When an EHR is hacked by Russians

KevinMD

In 2012 our practice invested $300,000 into building computer infrastructure and the purchase of a brand-spanking-new electronic health record, commonly referred to as an EHR. Hippocrates didn't have a server. The mandate for this purchase was brought forth from the federal government with the intent to improve overall health care communication. Since this expenditure, terms […]. Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now.

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From electric fish to smart device EHRs: the mind-blowing evolution of health care technology

KevinMD

From electric fish to smart device EHRs: the mind-blowing evolution of health care technology originally appeared in KevinMD.com. Fun fact: The first recorded use of electric stimulation to ease pain was in … get ready … CE 46!

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EHR Integration – Telehealth Features Series

Healthcare IT Today

In this Telehealth Feature Series, we’re going to cover the long list of potential telehealth features available today. As you’re considering your own approach to telehealth, we will provide you a look at all the possible features telehealth companies are offering on the market.

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How Hospitals Can Extract Value from EHR Analytics

Electronic Health Reporter

The article How Hospitals Can Extract Value from EHR Analytics appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Editorial EHR EHR analytics EHRs hospital EHRs use of EHRs by hospitalsThis article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter.

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Using Patient Headshots In EHRs Can Reduce Order Errors

Healthcare IT Today

Analytics/Big Data Clinical EMR-EHR Healthcare IT Hospital - Health System IT Brigham and Women's Hospital CPOE EHR Headshots EHR Safety EMR Safety patient photos Physician Orders University of Utah

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Which EHR Phase Are We In? – Healthcare IT Today Podcast Episode 47

Healthcare IT Today

For the 47th episode of the Healthcare IT Podcast, we’re talking about the various phases of EHR (or EMR if you prefer). As we look at the current EMR and EHR market, we see healthcare organizations across nearly all 4 phases.

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A New Approach to Ongoing EHR Training

Optimum Healthcare IT

EHR implementations require commitment and training throughout an organization. What if there was a new approach to ongoing EHR Training? The post A New Approach to Ongoing EHR Training appeared first on Optimum Healthcare IT.

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CareCloud’s Approach to Telehealth – EHR Telehealth Series

Healthcare IT Today

As part of our ongoing series of telehealth interviews with EHR vendors, we’re excited to share our interview with Juan Molina, Division President at CareCloud, an operating division of MTBC.

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The Rise of the Stupid EHR

Healthcare IT Today

Ambulatory C-Suite Leadership EMR-EHR Health IT Company Healthcare IT Hospital - Health System IT AT&T Labs Research Cerner David Isenberg Epic Internet History Stupid EHRs Telecommunications Companies The Rise of The Stupid Network Xealth

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Allscripts and FollowMyHealth’s Approach to Telehealth – EHR Telehealth Series

Healthcare IT Today

As part of our ongoing series of telehealth interviews with EHR vendors, we’re excited to share our interview with Skyler Wason, Director of Product Management at Allscripts, and Kate Palazzolo, Vice President of Sales at FollowMyHealth.

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The Benefits Of Building EHRs Around Care Plans

Healthcare IT Today

A former health system leader has laid out an interesting argument for refocusing EHRs on supporting care plans rather than simply documenting what care has been provided.

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How to Increase EHR Go-Live Efficiency with a Virtual Model

Healthcare IT Today

The following is a guest article by GP Hyare, Managing Director at ReMedi Health Solutions One year ago, the average EHR go-live involved hundreds of support personnel flying to a hospital and working on-site for four to six weeks.

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EHR Training Improves Physician Satisfaction & Physicians Don’t Want to Make Time for EHR Training

Healthcare IT Today

The session discussed a wide variety of topics including EHR optimization, EHR training, and other related topics. While at the CHIME 2019 Fall Forum conference in Phoenix, AZ, I had a great chance to sit in on one of the CIO focus groups at the event hosted by Optimum Healthcare IT.

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Streamlining Vaccine Workflows In EHRs: Implementing Key Practices

Electronic Health Reporter

The article Streamlining Vaccine Workflows In EHRs: Implementing Key Practices appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. By Paul Brient, chief product officer, athenahealth.

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WELL Health Technologies to acquire EHR maker Aware MD for $4.5M

Mobi Health News

The company says this new acquisition will help bolster its EHR work in the cardiology space.

EHRs are killing medical innovation

KevinMD

To paraphrase Bill Gates: "The purpose of humanity is not just to sit behind a counter and do things. More free time is not a terrible thing." I have innovated. I developed a mutation assay. I discovered that vacuum ultraviolet light from excimer lasers is safe to use on human tissue. I invented an imaging device to detect burn wound depth and discovered the best laser to debride burn wounds. Read more. Your patients are rating you online: How to respond.

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athenahealth EHR’s Approach to Telehealth – EHR Telehealth Series

Healthcare IT Today

As part of our ongoing series of telehealth interviews with EHR vendors, we’re excited to share our interview with Paul Brient, Chief Product Officer, athenahealth. In this series, we talk with an EHR vendors to better understand how they’re approaching telehealth.

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EHR Data is Like 500 People Sharing a Closet

Healthcare IT Today

Clinical EMR-EHR Healthcare IT Hospital - Health System IT Clinical Informatics Dirk Stanley EHR Data Enterprise EMR Healthcare Data Organization UConn Health

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Workflow management system Solv adds new EHR integrations, in-app lab results

Mobi Health News

The company is also adding an advanced queuing system and EHR robotic process information.

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