Jordan Longhi

Medical Software Reporting

Medical Software Reporting

Why Reporting is so Essential for a Practice If you have the right EHR system, it tracks and captures a large amount of information for all of your patients. Whether or not that EHR system can create reports for useful presentation is another story. These reports help you make vitally important decisions for your practice and your patients that you… Read more →

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Facebook as a Model for EHR Software?

Throughout the 20th and 21st century, the advances in medical technology have gone far beyond what was once considered possible. Thanks to smart phones, we now have access to limitless information at the touch of our fingertips. Social media platforms have also made it possible for us to connect with people across the globe. With these advances have come changes… Read more →

What Patients Really Think About Using Your EHR in the Exam Room?

What Patients Really Think About Using Your EHR in the Exam Room?

As we have touched on before, a very real concern amongst physicians in any practice utilizing electronic health record (EHR) systems is that they may be damaging or limiting patient interaction. Because of this, the overall patient experience suffers drastically. This thought process tends to make physicians hesitant about the use of EHRs in the exam rooms, in order to… Read more →

Free EHR Software - Is It Worth It?

Free EHR Software – Is It Worth It?

Most people can get behind the phrase, “the best things in life are free.” If you don’t spend money on something, then you can’t be disappointed, right? In the case of companies that offer free EHR software to their clientele, this argument has no ground to stand on, and could not be more wrong. The bottom line is this: if it… Read more →

Ensuring that EMR Software Doesn't Discourage Interaction

Ensuring that EMR Software Doesn’t Discourage Interaction

One concern many physicians have when deciding to implement an Electronic Medical Records software (EMR), is that it will interfere with the doctor-patient interaction. Many physicians worry that they will spend too much time looking at their computer and updating charts, rather than speaking with their patients. It’s an issue that can cause frustration on both sides. Physicians want to… Read more →

Protecting Your Electronic Medical Records from Cybersecurity Threats

Simply put, cybersecurity refers to how to best protect networks, computers, programs, and data alike from any sort of unauthorized access to any information on them. Cybersecurity risk can drive up costs, and directly impact an organization’s bottom line. When managing a medical software system with personal information like health care data, one cannot understate the importance of cybersecurity, and… Read more →

Training on Electronic Medical Records Software

Training Your Staff on New Electronic Medical Records Software Once you’ve made the decision to implement electronic medical records software, the next step is making sure your employees know how to use it. It’s not unusual for medical software implementation to be met with some pushback. After all, transitioning from paper-based files to an electronic system can seem overwhelming for physicians,… Read more →

Selecting an Electronic Medical Records System for Your Practice

Picking the Right EMR Software Once you’ve made the decision to buy an Electronic Medical Records system, selecting one may seem like a daunting task. It’s not a decision that should be taken lightly, as selecting the right EMR system can streamline your business, help eliminate errors and improve office efficiency. On the other hand, if you pick a system… Read more →

Making Your Practice Cost-Efficient with Electronic Health Records

There is an ample amount of evidence to back-up the notion that electronic health records (EHRs) help improve medical practice management, by ultimately increasing overall price efficiencies and cost savings within a practice. In fact, a national survey done in August of 2012 rendered the following statistics as evidence to back up this claim1: 79% of providers’ report that with… Read more →

What is the Difference Between EHR & EMR?

There’s a lot of discussion in the medical community and IT world about EMR’s vs. EHR’s. In fact, you may sometimes even hear the terms used interchangeably. But while they may sound similar, there’s quite a bit of difference in their meaning. An Electronic Medical Record (EMR) contains the digital version of the standard medical and clinical data gathered in… Read more →

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