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EMR users given preference in CMS payment bundling program

Marla Durben Hirsch | Fierce EMR | August 31, 2011

The new voluntary bundling demonstration project revealed last week by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Innovation Center seeks to incentivize hospitals, physicians and others who collaborate on patient care. Read More »

In The Age of Health IT, Doctors and Patients Need to Learn How to Communicate

Jeff Rowe | Government Health IT | November 2, 2011

Separately, doctors and patients are facing a steep learning curve as the HIT transition continues. But the biggest problem looming may be the one that the two camps can only solve together. Read More »

The Unhealthy Side Effects of Meaningful Use

Michael Koriwchak | Wired EMR Practice | July 13, 2012

There are also no established EMR implementation strategies for medical practices.  Implementing a complex EMR system into a busy medical practice is like replacing an aircraft’s engines while it is still flying.  During implementation there can be no reduction in patient volume and no errors in patient care.  Information technology is the only medical technology that has been given a “free pass,” with apparently no need to prove itself the way we prove the worthiness of new drugs, medical devices and surgical procedures.
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