10 Things Which Do Not Change With EHR Implementation

EHR or Electronic Health Record is a credible addition to the health IT sector. The increasing number of afflictions and patients required the implementation of information technology for storing and maintaining patient data. On one hand, we look at a future in which medical data is completely integrated with the IT domain and on the other we are at risk of exposing valuable medical data of individuals to the nascent threats of IT world.

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Improved Physician – Patient relations out of the clinic

Now a days usually it is seen that physicians and patients are gaining hands on experience with EHR which results in improved communications between them. Whether it is admin staff, physicians or the patients, all are using the EHR and the patient portal to perform all tasks. Read more ›

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5 Tips for Successful EHR Adaption

EHR or Electronic Health Records can be defined as the organized collection of population and patient data and storing it in digital formats. The transition from paper to computer for maintaining patient records has facilitated extensive reach in the domain of medical improvements. The continuously multiplying numbers of private health establishments, clinics and hospitals has prompted an increase in the demand of EHR and modifications in existing EHR systems.

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EHR Revolution brings best features for the Physicians

The usage of EHR was started when private industry took a look over the reports generated by The Institute of Medicine (IOM) way back ago in the mid of 1980s then in 1991 and again in 1997 and helped the health care industry by providing software to maintain electronic health records rather then using traditional methods of maintaining the hard-copy. That was the time when going paperless would help a lot in many means like time, money, resources etc. Read more ›

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Wearable Device brings revolution into the Health Care Technology

Starting with the process of maintaining the patient details, physicians believed it to be some sort of time consuming task. But as now a days physicians are on to the usage of EHR, their time is saved a lot in many ways because EHR provides many user friendly features. Read more ›

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EPCS | The better way to prescribe controlled substances


With EPCS, practitioners can avoid the pitfalls of paper-based prescribing processes and do much more…

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Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances (EPCS) NOW LEGAL IN ALL 50 STATES

In August 2015, Vermont became the 50th state to legalize EPCS

On June 1, 2010, the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Interim Final Rule titled “Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances” became effective. More than 5 years later, the adoption of EPCS by Vermont in August 2015, marks the last milestone on the pathway to embrace rules that allow e-prescriptions for controlled drugs; making EPCS legal nationwide. Read more ›

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iPatientCare Salutes the Contribution by Physicians on National Doctor’s Day 2015

I would like to start this blog by saying #ThankYouDoctors.

Doctors are someone who helped and healed most of us in this world. Since thousands of years doctors are remarkable serving the mankind. This profession has survived many transformations with unfailing commitment to maintaining and improving human health. Read more ›

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MU Attestation 2014 Deadline for Medicare Eligible Professionals is NOW – March 20, 2015

Without taking much of your time, we would like to update you: CMS extends deadline for Medicare Eligible Professionals now have until 11:59 p.m. ET on March 20, 2015 to attest to Meaningful Use for the 2014 reporting year. Read more ›

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We believe – ‘The greatest wealth is health’

Most of us have heard this very meaningful quote – ‘The greatest wealth is health’. However, the quote from Josh Billings is more appropriate in recent time that “Health is like money. We never have a true idea of its value until we lose it.” Therefore US healthcare reforms, drive high on engaging patients on issues that matter the most in managing their own health.

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