An expected shift is going to take place soon in the health industry, where healthcare will transform from volume based (paid for every patient visit) to value based (paid for quality of service). The government is encouraging physicians to […]
The annual CureMD User Conference (UC) 2014 is less than four months away. With 20+ interactive, engaging and informative sessions in addition to cruise trips, raffle competitions and the flamboyance and grandeur of New York, the two-day UC ’14 […]
There is widespread resentment among healthcare providers on the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Many physicians, that I have come across, find the law redundant and somewhat insulting. Confidentiality and patient privacy, they say, has always been […]
Although it was technology that took man to the moon, it was man himself who invented that technology. Man built the machines; devised the mechanisms, and hence landed on the moon. You are the Neil Armstrong of your practice, […]
One of the first requirements providers have when searching for an Electronic Health Record (EHR) is ease of use.
It is necessary for providers to limit the changes in their workflow that they are accustomed to while running their practice. […]
While the cloud of uncertainty surrounding the cloud Electronic Health Records (EHR) system’s adoption lightens, many practices still remain reluctant about using the patient portals these systems offer.
Designed to enhance doctor-patient interaction by providing the latter secure access to […]