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American Medical Software Selects Intuit Health

American Medical Software Selects Intuit Health

American Medical Software Selects Intuit Health Patient Portal Solutions for Physician Practices Thousands of Small Group Practices Nationwide Can Interact with Patients Online Using a Self-Service Communication Platform Wednesday, 27 Oct 2010 | 8:30 AM EST EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. & CARY, N.C., Oct 27, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — American Medical Software (AMS) has selected Intuit Inc’s (Nasdaq:INTU) Intuit Health to provide… Read more →

Financial Impact of Electronic Health Record's Use Is Considerable

Financial Impact of Electronic Health Record’s Use Is Considerable

October 25, 2010 (New Orleans, California) — Medical practices that have implemented an electronic health record (EHR) system report better financial performance than those that have not, according to a new report by the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA). Results were announced here at the MGMA 2010 Annual Conference. The findings come from the newly released Electronic Health Records Impacts… Read more →

Doctors Making Digital Leap To Electronic Medical Records

Doctors Making Digital Leap To Electronic Medical Records

In a world transformed by digital data, doctors appear unscathed — collecting tons of paper charts and scrawling their prescriptions in a chicken scratch that only nurses and pharmacists can fathom. Physicians have been slow to convert to electronic record-keeping, even though health care experts say that digital patient records bring greater efficiencies and productivity while improving patient safety. Many… Read more →

Making The Move to Electronic Records

Making The Move to Electronic Records

For Dr. Jennifer Brull, the decision to implement electronic health records in her Plainville clinic was an easy one. “It was just a desire,” she said. “I’d had an electronic health record in residency.” Now, Brull and her colleagues at Plainville Medical Clinic are glad they made that decision. The technology — which allows patient charts to be kept digitally… Read more →

Miami Children’s $67M Plan Jump-Starts Use of EMR

Miami Children’s $67M Plan Jump-Starts Use of EMR

Miami Children’s Hospital plans to spend $67 million for a massive overhaul to go digital – although federal stimulus funds should offset some of the costs. The nonprofit’s conversion to electronic medical records could influence many local pediatric physicians to follow along, since they would get an offer to purchase a system from Cerner at a discounted rate. MCH Chief… Read more →

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