Electronic Health Records (EHR, EMR)

Vanderbilt's AI-powered EHR voice assistant saves time for caregivers
By Bill Siwicki 03:14 pm April 23, 2019
The VEVA tool has helped improve caregiver productivity and efficiency – and providers appreciate that it reduces the number of clicks per query.
European Commission
By Piers Ford 04:32 am April 23, 2019
The eHealth Network’s drive to enable cross-border prescription and patient summary sharing has stepped up a level as Croatia joins Finland, Estonia, Luxembourg and Czechia in the first tranche of participants.
By Benjamin Harris 11:52 am April 22, 2019
Analytics are helping providers better understand and provide care for their patient populations.
By Mike Miliard 04:53 pm April 18, 2019
Hospitals and health systems are seeing their clinical and operational processes reshaped by the same forces as the rest of the economy, says Deloitte: AI and robotics, automation, virtualization, the 'gig economy' and more.
Implementation best practices: The keys to launching an EHR
By Bill Siwicki 02:00 pm April 18, 2019
Four experts from Cerner, DrChrono, CTG and Chilmark Research offer healthcare CIOs and other executives and health IT workers crucial advice for successfully getting electronic health records up and running.
By Nathan Eddy 09:29 am April 18, 2019
Starboard, which got two members appointed to Cerner’s board last week, sees the EHR vendor’s business as “highly sticky.”
ONC: Here’s how hospitals are using EHR data beyond patient care
By Benjamin Harris 12:45 pm April 17, 2019
New research shows that the ways hospitals tap into EHR information varies from vendor to vendor.
By Anna Engberg 03:19 am April 17, 2019
From spring 2020, the electronic health record will be available in Switzerland. In the eHealth Barometer 2019, the country has already asked its citizens their views on the new digital health services.
By Tom Sullivan 11:34 am April 16, 2019
Bridge Connector says its “no-code” iPaaS platform can be used to integrate a variety of data sources.
By Mike Miliard 04:26 pm April 15, 2019
A new survey from the American Telemedicine Association assesses the current state of data exchange standards for remote care and offers best practices for health systems looking to capitalize on its potential.

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