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QD: News Every Day--Team-based approaches needed to fight high blood pressure

Harold, MD, MACP, president of the American College of Cardiology. “We are advocating a team approach that reduces barriers for patients and leverages the power of electronic health records to improve ... 7. Use a format able to be incorporated into
September 2020

QD: News Every Day--Privacy, please

The proposed rule expands the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 by:. ... The rule is now open for public comment. The American Health Information Management Association already has chimed in, calling the move vital for patients
September 2020

QD: News Every Day--Retail clinics filling a gap for simple care

Retail clinic visits have doubled- year-to-year, but still make up a small share of overall outpatient care, a study in Health Affairs concluded. ... To assess retail clinics' growth, researchers looked at electronic health records and billing records
September 2020

Where is the health care crisis?

All of these are awesome, but really have little impact on our most pressing health care problems. ... Electronic health records, seen as a critical step in improving communication, prevention, and cost of care don't even communicate with each other.
September 2020

QD: News Every Day--Meaningful use adoption sparse as CMS previews stage 2

Physicians adopting electronic health records (EHR) are still spurning meaning use criteria, two industry surveys showed, even as the government has released details on expanding the criteria. ... and. --replacing "provide patients with an electronic
September 2020

Caring for ex-prisoners presents management challenges

Health System in Newark, Del., the largest provider for prisons in the state. ... The dearth of electronic health records also impedes clinicians' ability to access and share medical information.
September 2017

Unintended consequences of progress--safety, burnout and health care reform

Unintended consequences of progress--safety, burnout and health care reform. Bob Wachter, MD, FACP, wrote in frustration, "Is the Patient Safety Movement in Danger of Flickering Out?". ... We need a payment system that focuses on time spent. We need to
September 2020

Over-reactors do not help health conversations

Others have used this unfortunate story to highlight concerns about electronic health records. ... We must let the public health professionals and the infectious disease experts carefully examine the data.
September 2020

QD--News Every Day: The price is right

Kaiser Health News, New England Journal of Medicine). The price isn't right for electronic medical records. ... ACP Internist's May issue reports that the federal government’s substantial incentive program for electronic health records is no reason to
September 2020

QD: News Every Day--7% of physicians adopted video chat with patients

The study captures a snapshot of technology, including mobile platforms, electronic health records, electronic prescribing and interaction with patients, pharmaceutical and health care market research company Manhattan Research said in a ... Physicians
September 2020

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