Dragon Medical has been around for a number of years and there are a couple competitors out there but Dragon maintains the lead by a longshot when it comes to entering data in an EHR or EMR. There are two different types of speech used with Dragon and we are going to focus on the front end as this is where most of our readers fall. Continue reading: Nuance Dragon Medical Rated Most Valuable By Physicians With EHRs
Who is EHR Scope, LLC?
EHR Scope, LLC is a pre-eminent consultant in the Electronic Health Record / Electronic Medical Record (EHR/EMR) industry. With over 15 years of development and consulting experience with computerized medical records, the expertise available to our healthcare clients is extraordinary. We maintain what may be the largest database of Electronic Health Record companies and products in the United States, and we provide free access to this database 24/7. Our services include free consultation regarding your healthcare technology needs, expertise in speech recognition, as well as extensive self-service educational materials.
How do we Evaluate a Practice’s Needs? EMRConsultant.com
Our EHR/EMR consulting process obviously starts with an evaluation of your current healthcare technology environment and your desires regarding EHR/EMR implementation. This starts with a brief online form. We then compare your healthcare information technology needs, including Medical Billing / Revenue Cycle Management requirements, against our database of over 500 EHR/EMR vendors. We then utilize human intelligence, and with the experience of having evaluated over 15,000 practices we are not embarrassed to state that we have a lot of that, to provide you with between 3 and 5 initial EMR products you should review.
EHRtv.com – Video Document of the Healthcare Information Technology Industry
When you want to see, to experience, to know first-hand about the EHR industry, the heart of the healthcare information technology industry, turn to EHRtv.com. With hundreds of interviews of industry leaders, you won’t find a better source of information than EHRtv. Addressing issues that physicians face every day in their evaluation of EHR/EMR systems, as well as revenue cycle management (RCM) and anesthesia information management systems, perusing the extensive HIT video library will bring you hours of pleasure, and an education that you won’t want to miss.
RCMConsultant.com – Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) – What keeps it all together
Practicing medicine is an art and a science. And yet it is the revenue cycle management (RCM) or medical billing component that allows you to pay the bills, both inside and outside of your office. In many cases, outsourced medical billing will be the most appropriate billing solution for your office. In certain situations it may be ideal to find one singe company to provide both EHR and RCM services to your medical office. RCMConsultant can discuss the various risks and benefits of outsourced revenue cycle management, as well as single or multiple company solutions, and can help you choose an appropriate billing partner.
AIMSConsultant.com – Anesthesia Information Management Systems – The future of Anesthesia Technology
The practice of anesthesia is changing rapidly, and the use of anesthesia information management systems will be absolutely standard in the very near future. And yet, choosing an improper solution for your facility can be very costly, and can adversely impact the quality of medical care you provide. Let AIMSConsultant review your requirements, and compare them to state-of-the-art technology from the leading AIMS vendors, to provide you with recommendations about this mission critical technology.
SpeechRecognition.com – Improve Documentation Efficiency by Efficiently Using Your Voice
You’ve been producing your medical records by voice for a long time. Now, with the new EHR/EMR paradigm, there are some who wish for you to change to clicking or typing. However at SpeechRecognition.com we are able to provide you with the perfect combination of technology and workflow modifications that will allow you to minimize the disruption to your daily activities, and yet allow you to maintain the data that is so important in today’s medical environment. With over 100 speech recognition experts specializing in medical documentation, you owe it to yourself to speak with one of them.
Application Programming Interfaces are up for discussion today, is this the future of interoperability with medical records? Anyone in the HIT/EHR business today can pretty much attest to the complexities that have evolved and is there anything or anyone to fault? Not really it is just the way it happened. Continue reading: Is HIT Interoperability in the Nature of Healthcare?
The Office of the ONC has begun putting together a plan to look and find areas where electronic medical records can cause harm to patients. Two agencies, the American Medical Association and the Texas Medical Association have made comments and suggestions. iHealthBeat has done a nice job providing a summary of the recommendations made by each. Continue reading: AMA and TMA Comment on ONC Patient Safety Plan
eClinicalWorks Invests $25 Million To Promote and Provide Better Patient Engagement Via Electronic Medical RecordsFebruary 6, 2013 | No Comments
eClinicalWorks has been a long established vendor in the medical records business and a company who is ahead of the game with integration in many areas. With this latest announcement they are addressing patient engagement and making it easier for the patient to access information in their medical records and communicate with their provider. We all know that the upcoming provisions of Meaningful Use will require some amount of patient engagement. Continue reading: eClinicalWorks Invests $25 Million To Promote and Provide Better Patient Engagement Via Electronic Medical Records
Today we have an opinion piece from Dr. Edmund Billings from Medsphere relaying a message that we have all probably thought about at one time or another if you are in the Health IT business. How did all of this transpire in the medical record business? Continue reading: “It’s the System Stupid”, And the Laws of Unintended Consequences Reviewed
Have you ever wanted a simplistic look at the framework of HITECH? This is it which is from the website of the Health IT Dashboard where you can find all kind of statistical and other information as it relates to the adoption of medical records through the anticipated goals. Continue reading: HITECH Framework At a Glance On How The Structure Is Organized
The ONC has admitted there are some issues with the software used by the organizations that certify medical record companies and software companies for Meaningful Use. Continue reading: ONC Has a Problem With the EHR Attesting Testing Tool–Web Based Version in the Making
By now we all know this is true that is this the new normal,but a little reminder doesn’t hurt once in a while to re-address the benefits as well as the processes of implementing one. Continue reading: Electronic Medical Records Are the New Normal
Today we hear from Dr. Edmund Billings, Chief Medical Officer from Medshpere systems. In short he is addressing some different points of view regarding the recently released Rand Report. Medical records have changed many times since the beginning states and what have we evolved to? It has been stated many times on the web that the progression of medical records has been leaning more toward the insurer or payer side of the coin and the doctor asks some questions in this area and has a couple ideas open for discussion. Continue reading: The RAND Report: Are Healthcare and Health IT in a Dysfunctional Relationship?
Greenway was first out the starting gate for their certification as CCHIT just recently announced their ONC authorization shortly after the first of the year. CCHIT’s new ONC program is open and accepting applications for testing. The full press release with details is listed below: Continue reading: Greenway Medical Prime Suite EHR First to Receive 2014 ONC HIT Certification