7 Ways Health Informatics Transforms Health Care

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It is amazing how technology intertwines with the health sector. Just a few years ago, nobody could predict how the development of technology would drive health care innovation.  Now we see that nearly everything in the health care industry derives from these transformations. Health informatics, for example, has had a significant impact on the management, handling, and… Read more »

Telemedicine Reimbursement Options

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If you've completed your electronic health records implementation and you're ready to move on, here's what to know about telemedicine reimbursement.

The growth of telecommunications technologies over the past several years has created new opportunities for businesses to connect with customers and offer valuable services, often at less expense. Healthcare providers have started to realize the potential inherent to telemedicine. The medical field has largely embraced electronic medical records implementation, switching from an outdated system of… Read more »

How to Convert Paper Charts to Electronic Medical Records

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Your practice may need to eventually commit to convert paper charts to electronic medical records. Here are some guidelines to make the transition smooth.

Health informatics are quickly becoming standard practice for many medical offices interested in the cost savings, convenience, and increased efficiency associated with upgrading to digital platforms. In your own practice, this could mean committing to making the switch from cumbersome paper charts to electronic medical records (EMR). How do you go about implementing this massive… Read more »

Converting From Paper To Electronic Medical Records

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For practices interested in improving records storage and integration with online databases, here's what electronic medical record implementation entails.

For years doctors have used paper charts to keep track of patient medical records. While this system may be suitable for small practices, it doesn’t take advantage of technological advances, nor does it facilitate easy sharing of information between medical practices. The good news is that improvements to the system are already underway thanks to… Read more »