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December 18, 2011  9:51 PM

Lessons for EHR vendors from Office 365 and Google Docs



Posted by: RedaChouffani
EHR, EHR functionality, EHR usability, EHR vendors, Electronic health records, Electronic medical records, EMR, Google, Google Docs, mhealth, mHealth apps, Microsoft, Office 365

For a while now, Google has been the front runner when it comes to web-based productivity applications.  With their Google Docs application, the company released a 100% browser-based solution that allows end users access to and use of a cost effective substitute to the Microsoft Office suite. But...

August 21, 2011  9:44 PM

Differences between an EHR software vendor and an EHR solution provider



Posted by: RedaChouffani
EHR functionality, EHR vendors, IaaS, Solution providers

When the ARRA stimulus package was signed into law in 2009, health care organizations had to shift gears to full speed ahead in search of the perfect EHR solution. This, of course, excited software vendors in the


August 14, 2011  9:38 PM

GE Centricity Advance comes to the iPad and iPhone



Posted by: RedaChouffani
EHR functionality, GE Centricity Advance, mhealth, mHealth applications, mobile health

The GE Centricity Advance mHealth app has finally hit the market, now released for the Apple iOS platform. GE's official release date was on August 13th, 2011, where clinicians are now able to access their patients' medical records, orders, lab results and documents directly from their iPhones and...


August 7, 2011  10:06 PM

Other areas that physicians will look at closely when selecting a new EHR product



Posted by: RedaChouffani
EHR functionality, EHR selection, ONC-ATCB

To date, over 900 EHR applications have been certified through an ONC-Authorized Testing and Certification Body (ATCB). While this has added a plethora of...


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