Monthly Archives: November 2014

Four Reasons Your Health Organization Needs Urgent Care EMR Software

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According to the American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine, there are over 9,000 urgent care centers in the U.S. and over 20,000 urgent care physicians, and these numbers are growing quickly. Increased efficiency is exceedingly important as more and more patients turn to urgent care for their medical needs. Even so, many organizations have been…

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EHR Software to Save Healthcare Industry $78 Billion Over Five Years

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EHR software is expected to save the global healthcare industry $78 billion between 2014 and 2019, according to a new report from Juniper Research. The report, Digital Health, Remote Monitoring & EHR Cost Savings 2014-2019, analyzes the effect of digital infrastructure on new healthcare models like accountable care organizations. The accountable care model bases physician…

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Converting EMR/PM Data from TRAKnet Podiatry EMR Software

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When it comes to Podiatry EMR software, not all systems are created equal. Having a reliable electronic health record solution that is 2014 Edition certified and ICD-10 ready is of the utmost importance for Podiatry Practices looking to attest for Meaningful Use, improve quality of care and increase revenue. Many practices are learning this the…

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Mental Health EMR Software Gets Behavioral Health Groups on Track

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From primary care providers to general surgeons, caregivers throughout the medical industry are reaping the benefits of electronic medical record systems. For behavioral health organizations, especially, the advantages of switching to a mental health EMR software are many. Yet, few EMR vendors have produced a tried-and-true software solution suitable for behavioral health providers. With 1st…

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Three Ways Medical Dictation Software Is Revolutionizing Healthcare

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It’s a tough time for healthcare organizations struggling to implement new software without slowing down their practice. The need to compile, edit and transfer notes into a database can be a time-consuming process. The good news is that recent innovations in medical dictation software have made the documentation process faster and more accurate than ever…

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