Electronic Medical Record (EMR)

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Care Management Solutions (CMS)

Care Management Solutions (CMS) is based in Rutland, Vermont and was incorporated in 1995; a successful medical billing and electronic medical records company with extensive experience using and deploying OpenEMR. CMS has hosted the community version of OpenEMR in the cloud since 2012 with a few customizations to help paper-based offices migrate their workflow to an effective electronic solution while maximizing productivity.

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Case For Dropping MU Stages 2 And 3

Dale Sanders | Healthcare IT News | April 28, 2014

Federal meaningful use requirements are well intentioned, but like a teacher who “teaches to the test,” the federal meaningful use program created a very complicated system that might pass the test of meaningful use stages, but is not producing meaningful results for patients and clinicians...

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Cerner, Intermountain Partner To Propose Clinical Approach For DoD

Anne Zieger | Healthcare DIVE | September 25, 2014

Cerner has struck a deal with health system Intermountain Healthcare to beef up the Leidos Partnership for Defense Health with added clinical governance of solutions and workflow.  The Leidos Partnership, which includes Accenture, Cerner and a group of domain experts in military health is pitching the Department of Defense's Healthcare Management System Modernization initiative...

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CGI selected to modernize Electronic Medical Record system for the New York State Office of Mental Health

Press Release | CGI | September 18, 2013

New system paves the way for State to pursue new care models and develop next-generation disease classification coding Read More »

Connected Health: Countries' Vary in Their Health IT Connectedness, but US Patients Are Ready, Willing and Welcoming EHRs

Jane Sarasohn-Kahn | Health Populi | February 16, 2012

How electronically connnected and communicative are nations’ health information infrastructures? Accenture has answered that question in its report, Making the Case for Connected Health.

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Connecting Patient Data Solving Healthcare Interoperability and the ONC Blockchain Challenge

Peter B. Nichol | CIO | August 24, 2016

Interoperability is an old concept dating back to the eighth century BC. Society has been struggling for centuries with the idea of combining individual parts or components to create a whole unit. However, interoperability with healthcare only came about in published works 23 years ago, in 1993. More recently, in 2013, HIMSS defined of healthcare interoperability as “the ability of different information technology systems and software applications to communicate, exchange data and use the information that has been exchanged”...

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ConvergeHEALTH By Deloitte And Regenstrief Institute Announce Collaboration To Accelerate The Use Of Real World Evidence In Health Care

Press Release | Regenstrief Institute, ConvergeHEALTH | June 17, 2014

ConvergeHEALTH by Deloitte and the Regenstrief Institute, Inc. are announcing that Regenstrief, an internationally recognized informatics and health care research organization, has become a member of ConvergeHEALTH's real-world evidence and analytics consortium...

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Could Epic End Up The Victim Of Its Own EMR Success?

Katherine Rourke | Hospital EMR and EHR | December 8, 2011

If the Lab Soft News author has his facts right, Epic isn’t just acting like a monopolist, it actually can’t afford to let any other vendors play in its sandbox at this point. In fact, the Wisconsin giant has basically painted itself into a corner.

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Could ICD-10 have as big a financial impact as the mortgage crisis? Yes. Here's why.

Michael F. Arrigo | Government Health IT | October 17, 2011

U.S. National Healthcare Expenditures (NHE) are $2.7 trillion in 20111 and are forecasted to grow 34% in five years. This multi-trillion dollar economy will shift its reimbursement paradigm to ICD-102 in under 24 months. ICD-10 will introduce opportunities and risks to hospitals and health plans that may be equivalent to the $148.2 billion to $500 billion in losses3 to the U.S. Read More »

Do Epic And Interoperability Interface? Depends On Whom You Ask

Erin McCann | Healthcare IT News | December 12, 2014

The nation’s largest electronic medical record vendor has an image problem. Verona, Wis.-based Epic has come under fire this year over its lack of interoperability, spurring the company, once well known for its mum relationship with the press, to speak up...

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Ebola: A Call To Action For OpenMRS

Paul Biondich | OpenMRS | October 20, 2014

...The OpenMRS community has long recognized that in many of the countries where our software is used, the public health system is weak. Over the past several months, the world has been faced with the consequences of this weakness in West Africa, as nations struggle to contain the deadly Ebola virus...

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eDoctor, Inc. Announces e-Prescribing Integration Service for OpenEMR Vendors

Press Release | eDoctor, Inc. | December 31, 2011

eDoctor, Inc., a premier provider of innovative Healthcare IT solutions, now offers Surescripts-certified Newcrop e-Prescribing for OpenEMR vendors seeking to integrate safe, easy e-Prescribing within the OpenEMR to qualify for Medicare Meaningful Use incentives.  Read More »

eDoctor, Inc. Announces New Integrated OpenEMR Solution

Press Release | eDoctor, Inc. | December 28, 2011

eDoctor, Inc., a premier provider of Health IT services, is proud to announce the debut of their new Meaningful Use-certified Ambulatory OpenEMR solution for healthcare providers seeking to streamline office workflow, receive significant Medicare incentives, and increase patient satisfaction.  Read More »

EHR Makers Among America's Fastest Growing Companies

Erin McCann | Government Health IT | August 25, 2014

Health IT vendors and EHR makers in particular are once again faring quite well on the list of fastest growing companies.  Inc. Thursday published its hallmark annual ranking of America's 5,000 fastest growing companies, and found 377 — or 8 percent — to be healthcare related...

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EHRs Cause Physicians To Lose 48 Minutes Per Day, Survey Says

Jennifer Bresnick | EHR Intelligence | September 9, 2014

As a physician, free time is a scarce enough commodity without having to factor in convoluted EHR workflows and frozen computers, but a large number of providers surveyed by the American College of Physicians (ACP) are still reporting significant productivity losses due to their EHR technology...

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