Things are rocking and rolling here at EMR and HIPAA and Healthcare Scene. As you have probably seen, I’ve been working really hard to provide a platform for the independent voices in healthcare IT. We currently have 8 blogs in the Healthcare Scene blog network and 3 more in beta that will be announced officially in the next week.
If you’ve read this blog, you know that I’m narrowly focused on bringing good information to doctors and practice managers. I sincerely don’t have any particular agendas or hidden motives. My goal is to provide some amount of transparency and quality information to the masses mixed in with some thoughtful commentary on the world of EMR, EHR and Healthcare IT. Hopefully that’s what you see when you read.
A couple of the new blogs I’ll be officially launching in the next week will help in that goal as well. Not to mention a couple other side projects which I’m working on which could be really exciting if all goes well. Was that vague enough for you?
A big thank goes out to the EMR and HIPAA advertisers. They keep the lights on and let me do this as a full time job. Not to mention, I’ve even been able to start hiring some other writers like Neil Versel (see Neil Versel’s EMR and HIPAA posts). Since I last posted I’ve added one new advertiser and had 7 of my current advertisers renew. I love new advertisers, but it makes me feel really good when advertisers renew.
SynaMed – A web based EMR with fully integrated PM system. Yes, they are ONC-ATBC 2011/2012 Certified as a Complete EHR. They offer an affordable monthly subscription, no startup-fees, no hidden costs, and training and support included at no additional cost. Synamed was founded in 1999 by a physician in New York City with thousands of medical practitioners and patients across the US.
Starting July 1st, I have some nice changes for advertisers. The goal being to provide all advertisers equal exposure to the top spots on EMRandHIPAA.com. I also completed a Healthcare Scene media kit for those interested in advertising on any of the Healthcare Scene network of sites. If you’re interested, just leave me a note on our Contact Us page.
If you have any thoughts on how we can make EMRandHIPAA.com or any part of the Healthcare Scene network of blogs better, let us know. We’re always open to feedback.