Electronic Health Records or EHR as they’re more widely known, is a part of the ever-growing list of acronyms that litter the landscape of American healthcare. Every year brings its own set of challenges for the EDR industry. Today’s EDRs that are hosted in the cloud and deliver services over the Internet to providers are a far cry from the first…
The vast majority of clinics and hospitals across the US now use some form of electronic health records. The change from paper to digital did not happen overnight and federal programs like meaningful use have helped to accelerate the trend. Unfortunately the dental industry is only now starting to adopt their own version of the EHR.
As the dental software market grows, vendors are adding features at breakneck speed to provide increased functionality for clients as well as to keep up with the requirements of the meaningful use program. Quite a number of clinics have switched
Electronic health records (EHR) systems are still relatively new – especially when compared to the traditional pen and paper that have been the staple of medical offices for centuries. In spite of increasing nationwide adoption, many people still harbor false
Even though stage II of the meaningful use program got off to a rocky start, the success of stage I has been pretty outstanding. The combination of federal incentives as well as the threat of reduction in payments has combined