Are you an EHR holdout? 10 reasons you shouldn’t be.

ECS

According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), in 2018 the electronic health record (EHR) adoption rate by office-based physicians has steadied at 87%. But there are still a handful of physicians who are not using an EHR. … Continue reading

Study says physicians need better tools for chronic care management

Chronic Care Mangement

The vast majority of primary care physicians don’t have the time or tools to adequately address the needs of their patients with multiple chronic conditions, leaving some patients to struggle with health-related social and behavioral issues on their own, according … Continue reading

Integrate your practice: EHR, PM, and RCM unified

Integrated EHR

According to a 2016 study from the Annals of Internal Medicine, physicians spend 49% of their office day on paperwork. Your practice is very likely utilizing an electronic health record (EHR) to record patient data and care, but are you … Continue reading

PCPs say more HIT investment should go toward optimizing existing tech

optimize healthcare technology

For some healthcare providers, optimizing existing health information technology (HIT) is a planned investment over the next year and could help accelerate the adoption of value-based care. A recent study by Quest Diagnostics confirms this. The 2018 study, “Stalled progress … Continue reading