Healthcare Information Technology

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Learning to Love EMRs

After a failed attempt at electronic recordkeeping, the second time was the charm for this surgery center.

Posted 11/05/13 | Daniel Cook, Executive Editor | 1 comment

Are Computerized Physician Orders a Safety Risk?

Safety analyst: Default drug doses could lead to medication errors.

Posted 09/11/13 | Post a comment

Legal Update: New HIPAA Rules Protect Patients' Electronic Data

10 steps to safeguard exchanges on the web.

Posted 09/09/13 | LaniM.Dornfeld, JD | 4 comments

Payoffs of Going Paperless

After enduring many trials and tribulations, this hospital is finally reaping the benefits of its conversion to electronic medical records.

Posted 08/07/13 | Annette D. Saylor, RN, CNOR, CRNFA | Post a comment

Telehealth's Role in Outpatient Surgery

New research suggests telehealth could take the place of post-op visits.

Posted 07/11/13 | Post a comment

Smooth Operations: Using Technology to Streamline Admissions

A wide array of communication channels helps produce better outcomes.

Posted 07/10/13 | Jim Burger, Senior Editor | Post a comment

The Case for The Cloud

Cloud computing provides safe, reliable and cost-effective data storage.

Posted 06/04/13 | Bruce Nadro, DO | Post a comment

Thinking of Buying - Cloud-Based Management Services

Options for taking your operations online, and off-site.

Posted 02/11/13 | Mary P. Whaley, FACMPE | Post a comment

Got EMR?

A special report on the state of electronic medical records implementation in outpatient surgery.

Posted 02/11/13 | Lisa Waters-Davis, RN | Post a comment

EMRs May Trigger Physical Complaints

Don't overlook ergonomics when implementing electronics, researcher warns.

Posted 12/11/12 | Post a comment

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