A new study suggests adopting EHRs can lower the risk of medical malpractice, but not everyone agrees that EHRs are good medicine
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Minimally invasive techniques and a multidisciplinary approach to treatment yield restored functionality and a better quality of life for patients.
Physicians are increasingly incorporating lightweight computers, mobile phones and tablets into the delivery of health care, which comes with the potential for distraction.
Mobile devices have the power to change health care as we know it.
Procedures that now represent the cutting edge of cochlear implant (CI) surgery.
Carefully weigh costs when deciding on a cloud technology.
Employing cloud computing in a medical practice can result in significant cost savings, among other advantages. There are also significant risks that each health care organization must face when transitioning to cloud-based hosting.
Five health care apps for mobile devices and tablets available to patients
Cloud computing is the delivery of your computing needs as a service rather than as a suite of products that you have to purchase and maintain. Why couldn’t we do that with an EMR or EHR for our patients?
October 1, 2013 should be on the mind of every physician in the U.S. That is the day when a new diagnostic coding system will be instituted, the first such change since 2003. The implementation’s aftermath is predicted to be anywhere from a normal day at the office to financial Armageddon.