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The Pros and Cons of Transitioning to Comprehensive Health Records

The Pros and Cons of Transitioning to Comprehensive Health Records

There has been noticeable buzz in the Electronic Health Records (EHR) industry regarding a new technological frontier: Comprehensive Health Records (CHR). James Madara, CEO of the American Medical Association recently made the following statement: “We spend more than three trillion dollars a year on healthcare in America and generate more health data than ever before. …continue reading

EHR Innovation to Increase Efficiency in Healthcare

EHR Innovation to Increase Efficiency in Healthcare

Over the last few years, a growing number of doctors have expressed dissatisfaction about the results of adopting Electronic Health Records (EHR) software. While the administrative and organizational benefits of moving from pen and paper to computer technology are clear, many practitioners feel that the use of EHR technology has brought with it it’s own …continue reading

Lower the Cost of Employee Care with Occupational Telemedicine

Lower the Cost of Employee Care with Occupational Telemedicine

Businesses that provide medical benefits for their employees face a variety of challenges. These businesses want to provide high quality, accessible care to their patients, but due to the high costs associated with that care, it can have an impact on the business’s annual budget. Likewise, employees frequently opt for benefit plans with high deductibles, …continue reading

Telehealth and the Future of Clinical Visitation

Telehealth and the Future of Clinical Visitation

The basic concept of telemedicine and virtual visits is not new- it has roots dating back to the 1950’s. Video chatting with your physician has been seen in science-fiction for decades, but is only recently possible or reasonably achieved. Just think about the process:  making an appointment, driving to the clinic, waiting, being seen, driving …continue reading