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Desktop vs Tablet Electronic Dental Records

For decades, Windows has been the dominant desktop operating system in the world. Other operating systems such as Linux and Mac OS appealed to niche segments such as software developers or graphic artists but the average user was most familiar

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Electronic Dental Record Safe Harbor Rules

The federal government has created a number of initiatives to encourage the adoption of EHR/EDR systems by the healthcare industry, of which the currently running meaningful use program is a significant one. Another such measure was the introduction of “safe

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Importance of Mobility for Dentists

Mobility is the next great technological frontier, for both hardware and software. We now have a generation that is comfortable with mobile devices and people who will quite happily trade in their laptops for wearables such as the Pebble smart

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Facts and Myths of Meaningful Use

Even though stage II of the Meaningful Use program is well underway, many myths regarding certification, attestation and receiving the EHR incentives are floating around. Many dental practices have delayed participation in the program due to concerns surrounding eligible criteria, fulfillment of objectives and cost of implementation.    A few…

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2015 EHR Certification Criteria – What’s Different?

Last month, ONC released a proposed rule for the 2015 edition of EHR certification criteria (published in the Federal Register, February 2014). This is the first time that proposed criteria is not related to any Meaningful Use regulation and compliance is purely voluntary. Developers do not have to change their software if it has already received…

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What is ICD-10 Compliance?

The healthcare industry is currently focused on the EHR incentive program but 2014 will see another significant change that will affect more than just health care providers: the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10. Unlike the meaningful use program which is meant solely for hospitals and health professionals, all entities covered under HIPAA are…

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Benefits of Voice Recognition in EDR Systems

Even with the transition to EDR technology, medical professionals still spend a lot of time in creating and updating patient health records. The switch from paper to electronic records means that doctors can no longer write clinical notes and treatment plans

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Benefits of Becoming Meaningful Use Certified

Thanks to the incentives offered through the meaningful use program, many dentists have accelerated their schedule for transitioning to EDR systems. Still many practices are unclear about the benefits of becoming meaningful use certified beyond the incentive money itself.

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Disaster Recovery: Let the Cloud Protect Your Dental Records

What if there was a sudden harsh downpour that flooded your entire dental clinic and damaged all your records forever? Or what if there was an avoidable fire and all your paperwork burnt into ashes? Maybe there was an intrusion and all your private information just disappeared overnight or your hardware failed suddenly? Sounds scary? Well that is…

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Differences in EHR Legislation in various states

The EHR incentive program being run by the US federal government is an initiative to encourage EHR adoption among clinics and hospitals to provide better healthcare for patients. It offers financial incentives for compliance to those participants attesting to meaningful use objectives. The program is slated to conclude in 2016 and providers who do…

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