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By Tom Sullivan 07:49 am October 20, 2015
The EHR Association takes issue with ONC's limited anecdotal claims and heterogeneous definition of information blocking.
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By John Andrews 08:10 am August 18, 2015
Stage 3 of meaningful use is shaping up to be the most challenging and detailed level yet for healthcare providers. Among the elements that warrant attention are quality reporting, clinical decision support and security risk analysis.
By Erin McCann 11:12 am March 31, 2015
The Texas-based electronic medical record company announced March 31 it has been acquired by a private investment firm and is slated to merge with a developer of revenue cycle management technology.
By John Andrews 09:20 am September 04, 2014
Even before the Department of Health and Human Services posted the final rule declaring Oct. 1, 2015 as the compliance deadline, industry analysts were convinced that it would be a hard-fast date.
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By Diana Manos 10:17 am April 15, 2014
Meaningful use just might have its financial perks. That's according to the top 25 highest performing meaningful users under the Electronic Health Record Incentive Program, all of whom brought in some $171 million in Medicare payments back in 2012.
By Bernie Monegain 11:00 am January 21, 2014
KLAS identifies three EMR leaders after interviewing providers using products from Allscripts, athenahealth, Cerner, eClinicalWorks, e-MDs, Epic, GE, Greenway Medical, McKesson, MEDITECH, NextGen and SRSsoft.
By John Andrews 12:00 am September 20, 2013
 To say physicians are undergoing a lot of change when it comes to how they operate their practices, how they practice medicine and how they manage their finances may be the understatement of this young century.
By Diana Manos 12:00 am September 20, 2013
Eighty-seven percent of all physician practices agree their billing and collections systems need upgrading, according to a recent survey.
By Diana Manos 10:55 am September 04, 2013
The majority of all physician practices agree their billing and collections systems need upgrading, according to a new survey, with most favoring the move to a fully integrated practice management, EHR and medical software product, accessible through the cloud on any browser or device.
By Erin McCann 10:44 am October 01, 2012
Nearly half of U.S. physician groups plan to join a health information exchange (HIE), according to the findings of a new CapSite ambulatory EHR report released Friday.

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