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EHR Implementation Tips

Are paper charts preferable to poorly done EHR?

by kathy.tong@bmhcc.org

EHR implementation must be well thought out and suitable to its medical practice, and all staff needs to be well trained on the system. If these requirements are ignored, EHR benefits are lost, and sometimes patients would be better served by...

Top EHR Twitter resources

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

One of the challenges in health information technology (IT) and electronic health records (EHRs) is keeping up with Joneses. Fortunately for us, Twitter has made it more and more possible to avoid missing some crucial development, ruling, or...

How providers impede their chances for smooth-running EHR systems

by kathy.tong@bmhcc.org

The move from paper-based records to EHR systems marches relentlessly on and is becoming an increasingly widespread requirement. Some EHR systems are easier to implement than others. But even when a health facility chooses a good system...

Part II: The go-to resource for meaningful use in NH

by Kyle Murphy, PhD

Attaining meaningful use during the first stage of the EHR Incentive Programs is the end result of constant collaboration between primary care givers and RECNH. But the process begins with setting expectations and guidelines that will govern...

When transitioning to EHRs, planning is key

by sbrooks99@verizon.net

The benefits of EHRs are well established. Substantial evidence suggests that when the technology is implemented properly it can improve patient care in a number of ways while at the same time boosting a physicians’ productivity. However, the...

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