EHR technology

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The Ebola Patient Was Sent Home Because Of Bad Software

Olga Khazan | The Atlantic | October 3, 2014

...Thomas Eric Duncan has been in isolation for Ebola at Dallas' Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital since September 28—but that wasn't his first trip to that hospital. After developing a fever and abdominal pain on the 24th, Duncan sought care at the hospital on the 25th, but he was sent home...

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What Doctors Really Think Of EHRs

Frank Irving | Medical Practice Insider | November 11, 2014

We've seen the numbers: About 8 in 10 office-based physicians have adopted some type of electronic health record, and about half have an EHR with advanced functionality. But if we dig deeper, how do doctors really feel about these systems?...

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Why Thorough EHR Adoption Must Precede Population Health

Kyle Murphy | EHR Intelligence | November 3, 2014

While the healthcare industry is certainly moving away from volume to value and working to manage the health of patient populations, it does not have sufficient depth of EHR adoption to support next-generation care delivery...

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Will The DoD Create Another Frankenstein EHR?

Donald Voltz | HIT Consultant | October 31, 2014

Will the DoD create another Frankenstein EHR monster? Don’t trick us with dead data, treat us with middleware connectivity, Dr. Donald Voltz writes...

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