Tag - EMR Usability

The EMR Twitter Roundup

Lots of really interesting discussions happening on Twitter about the EMR. Some are around really exciting developments. Others provide great insights. Others...

Patient Data Sharing and EMR Usability

It’s been a while since we’ve done a Twitter roundup, so it was time to do one again. This time we highlight 3 recent tweets that will make you go...

What’s Involved In Getting To EHR 2.0?

While the current crop of EHRs have (arguably) served a useful purpose, I think we’d all agree that there’s a ton of room for improvement. The question is...

Say It One More Time: EHRs Are Hard To Use

I don’t know about you, but I was totes surprised to hear about another study pointing out that doctors have good reasons to hate their EHR. OK, not really...

Is The ONC Still Relevant?

Today, I read an article in Healthcare IT News reporting on the latest word from the ONC. Apparently, during a recent press call, National Coordinator Donald...

Paper Records Are Dead

Here’s an argument that’s likely to upset some, but resonate with others. After kicking the idea around in my head, I’ve concluded that given broad...

EMR Usability A Pressing Issue

A few months ago, in a move that hasn’t gotten a lot of attention, the AMA and MedStar Health made an interesting play. The physicians’ group and...

   

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