EHR Lessons from the Zoo
Aug28

EHR Lessons from the Zoo

A closer look at EHR use in zoos reveals HIM professionals and zoo veterinarians have more in common than they might expect might—and could even have something to learn from their practices.

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Minnesota To Lean on EHRs for Major HIV Screening Initiative

Electronic health records (EHRs) are going to help the state of Minnesota revolutionize the way it screens and tests individuals for HIV.

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EHRs and Malpractice: An Attorney’s Perspective
Aug10

EHRs and Malpractice: An Attorney’s Perspective

In the closing session at AHIMA’s CDI Summit in Alexandria, VA, on Friday, attorney Marion Munley, Esq., a medical malpractice lawyer who delivered her presentation via Skype, shared cautionary tales and disquieting concerns about the inherent patient safety risks related to electronic health records (EHRs).

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Senate Panel Hears from Physicians on EHR Usability

A Senate panel last week heard from physicians, health IT experts, and provider representatives about the shortcomings and successes involved with adjusting to electronic health records (EHRs) and the “meaningful use” EHR Incentive Program.

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EHRs Could Improve Insurance Utilization and Outcomes

Electronic health records have the potential to improve health insurance utilization and care continuity among low-income individuals, a new study suggests.

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