EHRs Can Help Increase Patient Adherence

Patient adherence is defined as the degree to which patients take medications as prescribed by their physicians. This can include dosing, frequency, specific timing and other important instructions—such as taking medication with or without food. While patient compliance is essentially … Continue reading

Myths and Facts of EHRs

Myth # 1: Patient privacy is at risk with EHRs As electronic health records (EHRs) and new online sharing and storing databases have become more widely implemented, there have been ongoing concerns regarding patient privacy. In a recent study from … Continue reading

Infographic: EHR vs. Traditional Paper Records

There are many differences between electronic health records (EHR) and traditional paper-based medical records – probably more than you would expect. The benefits of an EHR are numerous when you compare physicians’ time and finances, the health benefits for patients … Continue reading

Preparing Your Practice for EHR Integration, Part 1

Preparing Your Practice for EHR Integration

With hundreds of electronic health record (EHR) solutions on the market, it can be difficult to identify one that’s right for your practice. The implementation process can be as important a part of your decision as the software. Care360 from … Continue reading