Every practice owner has to keep track of numbers, financial or otherwise. Most dentists don’t have formal training in accounting but you still have to manage the finances. It can be quite a challenging task. At the end of the day, the amount left in your bank account after paying the bills is what’s important.
EHRs have long since become a necessity for providers. Some practices see significant benefits, streamlined operations and improved productivity for users. Others blame their EHRs for deteriorating patient relationships and inconveniencing the same people who use them daily. What is
EHR adoption – and use of health IT in general – is growing slowly every year. But adoption is not happening at the same rate across different types of healthcare settings. A recent data brief by the ONC has revealed
Technology and IT systems are slowly taking center stage within the healthcare industry. The pressure of legislation, growing volume of patients and need for enhanced documentation have been the main drivers for IT adoption. Practices are deploying everything from EHRs
EHRs have evolved quite a bit from the first generation systems providers had to deal with. Today’s EHRs feature modern interfaces, intuitive controls and time-saving tools like auto complete. Many of the best products and services incorporate electronic payment systems,
The vast majority of clinics and hospitals have spent the better part of the last few years upgrading from paper to sophisticated EDR systems. Digitizing health data started out as a mandatory upgrade mainly due to regulations like the Meaningful