Electronic Health Records (EHR, EMR)

A person sits looking at a computer
By Kat Jercich 01:37 pm February 12, 2021
A new study found that portal users had higher knowledge about their disease, higher ratings of current health, and lower disease-related stress.
Runnymede Healthcare Centre in Ontario, Canada
By Bill Siwicki 11:25 am February 12, 2021
Runnymede went from all paper to full automation in eight months, for patient registration and admissions, nursing and physician documentation, computerized physician order entry, and more.
A person in a mask sits looking at their phone
By Kat Jercich 03:52 pm February 11, 2021
A recent survey shows that patients sometimes struggle with remembering to get the second dose of vaccines, such as those aimed at preventing HPV or shingles.
A person in medical wear holds a paper document on a clipboard
By Kat Jercich 12:11 pm February 10, 2021
The new technology is aimed at allowing healthcare companies to digitize and simplify the document management process.
Signing paperwork
By Dave Muoio 10:42 am February 10, 2021
Saykara's founder and team will be augmenting Nuance's R&D division.
EMRAM 7 validation
By Sara Mageit 05:59 am February 08, 2021
The hospital was validated at Stage 6 on the EMRAM last year.  
By Mike Miliard 11:21 am February 05, 2021
Its cloud-based natural language processing technology can help health insurers mine unstructured clinical data to track accountable care with HEDIS measures.
StrideCare headquarters Dallas
By Bill Siwicki 11:56 am February 04, 2021
"With consolidated data, we now can measure areas where we were unable to before the transition. Now we can access the data quickly and are able to focus our attention on actions to improve performance."
A doctor in the ICU
By Kat Jercich 11:42 am February 04, 2021
CLEW Medical's ICU tool uses machine learning models to identify patients whose conditions are likely to deteriorate.
A person wearing a stethoscope on a computer
By Kat Jercich 10:41 am February 03, 2021
Although some improvements have been shown, researchers from MedStar Health and Yale say the "usability reality gap" remains wide.