Vice President Leah Farina provides an inside look at the 6.x Implementation Division’s reorganization to support the EHR for New Healthcare.
MEDITECH recently announced its ground-breaking new implementation plan for 6.x customers — designed to get the entire EHR LIVE and working in concert. This new methodology includes three phases: design, build and train, and . . . → Read More: MEDITECH: Implementing Change
A recent study from the New York Times sheds light on an emerging trend to mine healthcare data for medical research.
The study found that researchers could use EHR data to evaluate the outcomes and side effects of specific treatments, and also identify best practices and potential effective treatments, to help move medical discoveries away from . . . → Read More: EHRs Could Harbor More Than Just Patient Information
More and more physicians are using telemedicine to keep their patients healthy, and it could become even more popular if this proposed bill in the U.S. House of Representatives gets passed.
The Telehealth Promotion Act of 2012, which has garnered the support of The American Telemedicine Association, would expand telehealth services in both Medicare and . . . → Read More: MEDITECH Blog: New Bill Proposed to Increase Funding for Telehealth Services
In our previous installment on Clinical Workflow Analysis, we explored how it was not just a general theoretical concept but rather a core activity that should underpin all clinical information system implementations. Much the same can be said about Project Management, admittedly a topic that does not a priori resonate with most physicians. However, I would . . . → Read More: MEDITECH Blog: CPOE Adoption Series – Part 9 Project Management for Physicians
In our latest series, members of MEDITECH’s physician team sound off on the use of medical scribes. In Part 2 we hear from Dr. Whitling.
In the age of EHR adoption, increased regulatory and billing requirements, and our always present focus on patient safety, doctors are documenting more than ever before. This increase in time . . . → Read More: MEDITECH Blog: To Scribe or Not to Scribe (Part 2)
In our latest series, members of MEDITECH’s physician team sound off on the use of medical scribes.
The use of scribes, trained employees who specialize in charting encounters during exams, is controversial. I think the reason scribes have recently become such a hot topic is because of their increased popularity and the perceived decrease . . . → Read More: MEDITECH’s Physician Corner: To Scribe or Not to Scribe
Clinical Content Development When doctors hear the term clinical content in conjunction with CPOE projects and computers, they tend to think – order sets. Clinical content is that – but also much more. In fact, clinical content is the form in which rules, guidelines, and EBM [evidence based medicine] are surfaced to clinicians within . . . → Read More: MEDITECH Blog: CPOE Adoption Series – Part 8
It’s a little hard to hear, but turn up the volume and take a look:
A game-changing implementation strategy marks a major new direction for MEDITECH.
New Delivery Model Focus on Physicians Hear it Straight from Leah
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