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October 25, 2011  12:00 AM

Five things to discuss with EHR vendors during the selection process



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
EHR functionality, EHR selection, EHR vendors, Encryption, Vendor support

Guest post by: Ruby Raley, Director, Health Care Solutions, Axway It's easy to overlook a number of details during your EHR vendor selection process, but if you keep these five must-haves in mind, you'll be ready to make the big decision with confidence. 1. Authentication and...

August 15, 2011  11:46 AM

Value perceptions of EHRs: Users vs. non-users



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
EHR, EHR Adoption, EHR functionality, Physician adoption, Sage Healthcare

By Tony Ryzinski, SVP of Marketing, Sage Healthcare Division The adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) in the U.S. continues to grow as more physicians and medical staff learn about the efficiency and cost-saving benefits of using the technology, which of course includes the...


July 12, 2011  7:51 AM

Using single sign-on technology to transform health care



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
Data security, EHR functionality, Single sign-on

By David Ting, CTO, Imprivata The HITECH Act is radically altering the United States health care landscape, forever changing the way clinician's access, share and interact with patient information. At the forefront of this shift is the increasing adoption of electronic medical records...


May 18, 2011  9:03 AM

EHR adoption: It’s like renting a car



Posted by: Jenny Laurello
EHR, EHR functionality, EHR usability, electronic health records

Guest post by: Wendy Whittington, MD, MMM, Chief Medical Officer, Anthelio Healthcare Solutions, Inc. While traveling to a city in Florida on vacation recently, my fellow traveler and I picked up our rental car at the airport. We were pleasantly surprised when our "compact"...


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