Reasons behind Setbacks in EHR Implementations

Post the active adoption of EHR, owing to the lucrative incentives offered through Meaningful Use, there is an air of positivity regarding the healthcare system. However, effective implementation of EHR is essential to strengthen the overall healthcare sector. A number of hospitals, across the US, are striving to cross this arduous path of transforming, from a pure paper-based healthcare, into a virtual practice, through EHR. Whilst there are organizations that learned tough lessons amid their journey, there are others who are yet to adopt EHR for ensuring practice efficiency and adhering to government regulations. Read more ›

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Avoid Penalties, Achieve Meaningful Use in 2014!

The next Meaningful Use (MU) reporting period starts on July 1st, which means your practice has just one week left to prepare. Would you like to learn how your practice can meet Meaningful Use requirements without adding to your current workload? Read more ›

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CMS has added New PQRS Frequently Asked Questions

To keep you updated with information on the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), CMS has recently added three new FAQs to the website. Review these FAQs to learn more about PQRS EHR reporting, Adult Treatment Panel clinical guidelines, and Joint National Committee clinical guidelines. Read more ›

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Wisely choose your EHR, select high performance EHR for high performance practice!

iPatientCare EHR is a powerful Electronic Health Record system that comes packed with features that help doctors, their practices, and most importantly their patients get improved healthcare outcomes. This one stop solution designed by the Providers, for the providers – ensures impeccable workflow at any providers’ office. Read more ›

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PQRS exemption, Qualify for 2014 incentive and avoid 2016 Penalty

For practices not currently participating in the Medicare Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), another Medicare penalty is looming. Take action now to sign up to prevent it. Read more ›

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Secure Messaging for Transition of Care to Ensure Your Compliance to Meaningful Use Stage 2

The digitalization of data increased the opportunities to involve patients in their health care. Though, standard email runs the risk of violating HIPAA policies unless it is encrypted. By utilizing Direct Secure Messaging, patients and staff alike can experience all the benefits of using email, but in a HIPAA-compliant manner.

What is Direct? Quick Overview Read more ›

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A Complete iPad EHR App for Your Practice, Download Now from the App Store!

iPatientCare iPad EHR App on the native Apple platform is one of the most capable iOS based healthcare solutions for the physicians and other healthcare providers seeking solutions that work natively on iPad and iPhone. Most EHR solutions available on iPad work through Safari or a browser. Only a few are actually designed to work on native iOS to provide those familiar gestures and point-and-tap user interface of Apple tablets and smart devices. Among the ones which are available today, most provided very limited capabilities on iPad. However, iPatientCare is a clear departure from such first generation EHR. It is clearly a significant improvement and can easily be identified as an EHR for the GenNext! Read more ›

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iPatientCare stands at 10th Position on Capterra review – 2014

Yet another achievement by iPatientCare

iPatientCare once again makes a mark by standing at 10th Position on Capterra review this year, which was 12th in the year 2013.

iPatientCare takes pride in announcing the inclusion of iPatientCare EHR as one of the nation’s top 20 most popular EHR Software Solutions by Capterra. Read more ›

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iPad Healthcare Apps Corroborating mHealth Initiatives

The healthcare IT industry has always been positively impacted by improvements in technology. The emergence of mHealth (mobile health) permeated the increased use of mobile devices, including mobile phones, tablets, and PDAs, for ensuring optimum patient health. mHealth involves the use of communication and information technology in order to ensure sharing of confidential medical information securely across disparate smart devices. iPad medical applications have made a significant contribution for enhancing the levels of patient engagement and safety. Whilst helping patients in monitoring their health, these apps help practices in bringing down their cost of operations, and enhance overall efficiency. Read more ›

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Eligible Professionals: Review Changes in Stage 1 Meaningful Use Criteria that Begin in 2014

Are you a Medicare eligible professional who is participating or planning to participate in Stage 1 of the Medicare or Medicaid EHR Incentive Program this year? The Stage 2 rule for meaningful use included changes to Stage 1 requirements that took effect on January 1, 2014. Read more ›

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