An Apple Watch-based app captures patient-provider interactions and recommends billing codes. For some doctors, it shaves more than an hour of administrative work off their day.
A federal appellate court rejected CliniComp's claim that Cerner Corp. was improperly granted the VA's $10 billion EHR contract.
UC Davis Health in February launched the Physician Efficiency Program, which provides hands-on training to doctors to improve their understanding and experience with the system's electronic health record.
Burke, who spearheaded a contract to overhaul the VA's EHR system, will leave the role Nov. 2. John Peterzalek, who currently works on client relationships for Cerner Corp., will take on Burke's responsibilities.
The Senate is expected this week to vote on legislation aimed at combating the opioid crisis. Meanwhile, physicians submit comments on the CMS' massive 2019 fee schedule rule.
Clinician burnout has been an issue for years, and is a complex, systemic problem. Evidence tells us that it decreases the quality of care and damages the patient experience. Fixing it will take more than just improving the electronic health record (EHR).
Knoxville, Tenn.-based Curae Health filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, citing declining revenue and higher-than-expected costs for electronic health records. It will keep operating three Mississippi hospitals until it can sell them.
At Epic's users group meeting, Epic leaders touted new software features, including those that further interoperability. They also warned against sharing data too freely with third parties.
All parents have experienced the pain of filling out form after form in the pediatrician's office – usually while trying to comfort their sick child or keep an eye on their other children. Pediatricians and their staff watch families with older children struggle with important questionnaires...
The FDA's Dr. Scott Gottlieb is set to tell the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee how the agency is protecting public health while spurring medical innovation.
The country's largest public health information exchange will use Verato's Universal MPI for referential patient matching, which it says will reduce uncertainty when linking patients to their health data.
ACOs would have to attest every year that a certain percentage of their eligible clinicians are using EHRs that meet 2015 Edition certification requirements, a move that would more closely align requirements with those of the Quality Payment Program.