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Visualizing the Medical Practice of 2015

It’s no secret: physicians are reluctant to adopt electronic health records (EHRs) for a host of reasons

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Divorcing Electronic Medical Records from the Patient’s Paper File Costs Lives and Money

In June, Bloomberg published a story that put the blame for a hospital patient’s death squarely on electronic medical records (EMR)...Between those two stories, you have the current state of electronic medical records

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2012: Social Business Trends Converge

Big Data and Social Analytics - The volume of healthcare data has been exploding, especially with the increasing deployment of electronic medical record systems in both ambulatory and in-patient settings. Most of us are familiar with Epic, Cerner, Allscripts, Centricity but did you know that PracticeFusion (the leading SaaS EMR vendor) has 120,000 providers and 30 million patient records? Impressive right

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Fraud and Abuse are Bad – But Disease and Death are Worse

A January 8 story in The New York Times shone a bright light on the perils of implementation for electronic health records...What medical professionals need is back-up: the ability to access that document-based information within the EHR system

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Vietnam, the Gulf War, Iraq and the DoD 5015.2 Standard

But to the shock of the medical investigators, it quickly became clear that very few combat records were found for any of their patients. Shockingly, in many cases, no records existed at all. Understandably, the Department of Defense was outraged to discover their soldiers’ most important records were being so badly mismanaged and it wasn’t long before the DoD had completely revised their records management policies and overhauled many of their long-standing records management procedures

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