EMR/EHR

How to Get the Maximum Value Out of Your EHR System

While making the initial transition to an EHR system helps to provide some immediate benefits over paper medical records management, it’s important that you also stop periodically to evaluate whether or not you’re getting the max benefits from your system. In this video or transcript below learn more about...

What Is Medical Record Data Abstraction?

Abstraction is used to summarize vital information in a patient’s medical record. It is key to transitioning to a paperless medical practice. The process of abstraction takes all forms of the medical records and converts them to digital format. What Is Medical Data Abstraction? When you migrate to a...

How to Store Medical Records: Finding the Best Strategy

Medical records require thoughtful and careful handling due to the sensitive information they contain. When choosing how to store your medical records, you have several option. Whether your store your records digitally or at a secure location is up to you, but there are advantages and disadvantages to both....

Dental Records Scanning: Benefits of a Paperless Practice

Your patient’s records contain highly sensitive information that must be handled with care. Dealing with paper records is clumsy and messy—which is why EHRs and EMRs are the new standard. Learn more about the benefits of scanning your dental records, including how it will improve efficiency, reduce costs, and...

EMR vs EHR Systems [Video]

EMRs & EHRS in Modern Health Care In this week’s video blog, learn about the uses of Electronic Medical Records and Electronic Health Records in health care practices, along with the key differences between the two and the convenience and security benefits that each offer. Video Transcription   How...

The Cost Benefits of EHR Software

Since 2014, Electronic Health Records (EHR) has been required for all healthcare institutions by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act signed by President Obama. At first glance, this new regulation may seem like another annoying regulation added on to the endless list of other mandates, but this protocol can...

Medical Data Abstraction and Optimizing Your EHR System

Health Information Technology for Economical and Clinical Health, also known as HITECH, was passed into law in 2009 to promote the adoption of health information technology. As the world moves towards communicating via a digital landscape, the medical industry faces a mountain of challenges. Patient information needs to be...

The Importance of Choosing the Right EHR System

Healthcare practices and organizations tend to accumulate an extensive amount of paperwork over time. Numerous patients are seen on a daily basis, and multiple records are retained for one patient alone. When it comes to accounting for the hundreds upon thousands of documents that must be kept on file,...

Electronic Health Record (EHR) System Benefits

Keeping track of the massive amount of information coming through your medical practice on a daily basis can be quite the hassle—let alone handling all of the information for years to come. So, which method is best for your company? One of the records management options that a majority...