Yearly Archives: 2017

Our Top 10 Healthcare IT Blog Posts of 2017

Before crossing over into 2018, we’re going to take one more look back at the year that was—and the blog content that you liked the most. All of us at iPatientCare, Inc. wish you a happy New Year, and we


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Without any pitfall, select the right kind of EHR for your Practice

First and foremost it is very important to know the needs of your practice and prioritize them. There is no need to create manual workarounds and then transferring it to the system afterward. This is more time consuming and takes


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Why we need Patient Engagement Strategies?

Experts say that one of the biggest challenges in the healthcare industry is to integrate meaningful patient engagement strategies into primary care.  But at the same time, we need correct technology, broad availability, and effective risk stratification, that a specialty


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Impact of Advancing Technology on Patient Safety?

Awareness about the influence of technology in Healthcare, as well as general opinions about the effectiveness of data sharing in improving patient care delivery are being gauged by the researchers. In one of the surveys conducted on hospitals, it was


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Telemedicine: Hype or Reality?

In 1950s there were few hospitals that took initiative in finding ways to share information and images via telephone.  After many trials, two health centers in Pennsylvania were able to transmit radiology images over the phone. Earlier, telemedicine was used


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Initial Point of Contact – Primary Care

Primary healthcare professionals work with various patients and possess wide knowledge about various physical, psychological and social ailments that can affect them. The purpose is to improve the health of their patients by easily providing access to the medical care


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How a “No Contract” Business Model Preserved our Clients for more than a Decade

In this 21st Century, where everything is technologically advanced; where the latest trend is outdated in only a few months, it is important to give people every opportunity to explore whatever they desire. A technologist might want to say ‘I


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Manage Prior Authorizations from your EHR

It’s no secret that providers’ offices find prior authorization (PA) for medications frustrating and time-consuming. In fact, PA is named as one of the biggest burdens for the offices with 50 percent of the providers stating that  their staff spend


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Do we need EMR Lite?

Several non-EHR users are beginning to see the value of an EMR and are taking the path of going paperless and staying connected.  As some providers continue the use of HIEs (Health Information Exchanges) some of the caregivers are turning


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