Thinking of Replacing your EHR? Keep Your Data Migration Plan in Place

Replacing EHR is the growing trend these days. The number of healthcare organizations putting their EHR replacement plans in action is on the increasing scale. While the chief reason behind these replacements is increasing dissatisfaction with the initial EHR, other reasons include integration concerns, inability to upgrade as per improving technology, non-compliance with changing government norms, etc. All in all, healthcare institutions are always in search of an effective EHR system that helps them manage current as well as future needs of their facility as well as patients. Read more ›

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Patient Centric Medical Apps for iPhone and iPad – The Evolution of Mobile Health Applications

Health problems are among the major threats that society is facing today. A recent survey on public health claims that “Around 62% of the people who are above 50 years of age in the USA, suffers from some or the other critical diseases”. The miserable medical status of the people led the physicians and doctors to find the root problems of the most common diseases. The doctors derived that two major reasons responsible for most of the health disorders are obesity and lack of water in the body. Thus, in order to prevent such diseases one must keep a check on his weight and daily water consumption. For Healthcare Industry it is quite difficult to keep a check on obesity and water-intake of each individual. On the other hand, people themselves cannot keep a regular check on those things in their busy schedule. Now, the main Question is – How to deal with such problem? Read more ›

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Changes in the Vital Signs Core Objective in 2014

Did you know that the vital signs objective is different in 2014? This year there was an increase in patient age limit for recording blood pressure to age 3 and a removal of age limit requirement for height and weight for the Stage 1 objective. These changes mirror the requirements for the objective in Stage 2. Read more ›

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iPatientCare Shaking Hands with Glassware Technology

Google Glass can be considered as the new milestone achieved in the technology sector. When it comes to extending the level of technology and innovation, thinking out of the box is required at the same time it needs to be highly acceptable, and Google Glass is the classic example for this theory. Google glass runs on two different platforms at the same time, i.e. trendy wearable accessory and resourceful technology. Read more ›

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Social Media Marketing In Healthcare: Avoiding Regulatory Pitfalls

Social media channels are emerging as big fish in the corporate marketing sector as they are helping different industry verticals to a wider extent in presenting their product and services among the billions. When it comes to health care industry, the figures supporting social media marketing are more than expected as a recent survey claims that “Around 40% of the patients like to discuss their health problems and seek for solutions on the popular social media sites”. Thus, it is quite essential for the medical practices to have sound social media presence to reach and serve maximum number of ailing and diseased people. Read more ›

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Streamline your administrative and financial processes with effective Practice Management Software

Besides taking vital care of the patients, medical facilities have to deal with some crucial tasks on regular basis. Administrative and financial processes are considered as the crucial jobs that demands perfection in order to maintain the required stability in the health care facility. Read more ›

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ePrescribing Made Better, Faster, and Safer for iPad EHR

Medications have always been the centriole of the health electronic health record system. Providers are increasingly practicing caution in prescribing the right medicine in the right dose to their patients. Medication errors due to incorrect dose, route, or medication may be fatal to the life of the patient. Recognizing the mounting numbers of medication errors and the complex repository of drugs, iPatientCare upgraded its iPad EHR app with improved functionalities for ePrescribing. This change, brought in for providers looking for advanced electronic prescriptions, will speed up the workflow for each physician using it. Read more ›

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Patient Kiosk – Empower your Patients for Easy Check-In

Transformations in healthcare industry can make delivery of care more effective and efficient. With the integration and implementation of improved health care technologies can enhance the level of patient care. With the constant increase in the number of patients per health care facility, it has become critical to adopt the ultra-modern technical services to streamline the complete patient registration, admission, transfer, and discharge procedures. Thus, to deal with the vital concerns of the health care industry, the healthcare experts have come up with solution named Patient Kiosk. Read more ›

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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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