This article provides a different perspective on the control of information within the EHR. There are some who want to focus on limiting the availability of data, rather than ensure the data is secure. Do some hospital visits, or specific conditions need to be blocked from view for certain physicians? See what you think: http://www.epmonthly.com/features/current-features/what-critical-data-could-your-ehr-be-hiding/
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How Physicians Utilize Digital Media for Patient Interaction - Physicians are increasingly relying on digital devices such as smart phones and tablets to access critical healthcare information and increase their productivity.
It seems solo and small medical practices have decided to take the plunge in a big way – recent statistics reveal that small practices have been able to half-bridge the gap with their larger cousins, whose EHR penetration stands at an impressive 80% since the EHR became mandatory under “Meaningful Use Clause” in 2011. For more information visit : http://www.medicalbillersandcoders.com/pressrelease_articles.aspx?ArticleId=284