Tag: EHR

Healthcare Interoperability: Can Someone Translate?
Technology has crept its way into almost all industries, especially the healthcare industry. It has advanced the way clinicians work, interact with their colleagues and patients...

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The Evolving EHR
Hello Health VP Strategic Partnerships Matt Beer discusses the benefits of EHRs in the healthcare space, with Stacey Richter - Relentless Health Value. Continue reading “The...

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Read the Signs: It’s time for a New EHR
As many of you might have noticed in the news lately, there has been a lot of talk about physicians and their satisfaction with electronic health records (EHRs). Numerous articles...

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Diversity in Health Information Technology
Diversity in health information technology (HIT) often gets a bad name. In the electronic health record (EHR) space, it comes up in the context of too many vendors, too many...

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Hello Health Version 6.0 Coming Soon!
Let’s get ready to roll out! On Monday, May 13, Hello Health will introduce Version 6.0, featuring multiple updates and enhancements to its robust electronic health record (EHR)...

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The Quest for the Perfect EMR
At Hello Health we invest a large amount of time speaking with primary care doctors about their plans for implementing an electronic medical record (EMR) and what they are looking...

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Electronic Health Revenue: The Superhero of Health IT
A recent RAND study showed that the implementation of health information technology (HIT) has affected neither a reduction in the cost nor an improvement in the quality of...

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Hello Health Welcomes Barry Holleman
It’s a big year for the three-letter acronym referred to fondly by medical professionals all over the country as the EHR.  Predicted by the Annals of Family Medicine to be...

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EHRs: A Holistic Platform for Holistic Care
As the Hello Health team works increasingly with integrative medicine practices, it strikes me how many observers of electronic health records in ambulatory care neglect to...

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