Billing, staffing, electronic health records, economic uncertainty in the era of health care reform and perennially threatened Medicare compensation: It can be enough to make some physicians in private practice wonder ... electronic health records, Dr.
Since 2009, CMS has been offering an incentive for eligible professionals to implement and use electronic prescribing to improve the quality, efficiency and safety of health care delivered to beneficiaries. ... This is in contrast to submissions related
Gottesman said. Electronic health records (EHRs) seem like a natural answer to the need for standardized forms, but so far they haven't included them.
Benchmarks vary by measure and by submission mechanism (electronic health records, Qualified Clinical Data Registries, Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems [CAHPS], and claims). ... Margo Williams, MHA, CMPE, is Senior Associate,
Dr. Conti's clinical interests included geriatrics and electronic health records. A full obituary is online.
infections; while the former comprises 14 sessions on topics like electronic health records, coding, and how to improve internist income. ... California, Davis Health System; and Hal Sox, MACP, editor of Annals of Internal Medicine, will discuss.
about Medicare access (as health care currently stands) and what a national EHR network would look like. ... Finally, doctors' offices and hospitals are slowly, slowly moving toward electronic health records.
Many hoped that electronic health records (EHRs) would ease some of the burdens of communication and documentation. ... Margo Williams, MHA, CMPE, is a senior associate in ACP's Department of Medical Practice, which provides ACP members with resources
And, of course, Democrats and Republicans favor modernizing the health care system's electronic infrastructure. ... Support for electronic health records is about as much of a can't-lose stance as opposition to the high cost of health care, although the
Photo by Wavebreakmedia Ltd. Dr. Jain, president of CareMore Health System in California. ... There are some things that are completely different now, like electronic health records [EHRs], social media, work hours,” he said.