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EMR Software, Medical Records »

[18 Sep 2011 | 6 Comments | 6,063 views]

The working group members of the Health Information Technology Policy Committee have sent across a recommendation in the form of a 12-draft, seeking an extra one year for introducing Stage 2 meaningful use deadline criteria changes. Please note that federal healthcare incentives are already being distributed as a part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009, i.e. among those who have been able to establish ‘meaningful use’ of electronic… Continue reading

Medical Records »

[17 Feb 2011 | 6 Comments | 10,229 views]

The proposed H.R. 408 Spending Reduction Act of 2011 was recently introduced and SEC. 301. of the same proposes a rather dismal scenario for healthcare providers and related, business entities who yet haven’t upgraded themselves to the HIPPA-compliant EMR format of storing/sharing Patient Healthcare Information. This Act proposes withdrawal of unspent EMR stimulus funds. This means that all unobligated balances of EHR stimulus money introduced as a part of division… Continue reading

Software »

[28 May 2010 | 4 Comments | 7,375 views]
Dragon Medical Voice Recognition Software

Theses days the health information technologies are boosting up which includes usage of EMR Medical Records. These are used as an alternative of handwritten medical records. It has made an evolution in the health care industry. These are achieved by various health care solutions. Voice recognition software is one of those health care solutions used for integrating patient’s progress report

Medical Records »

[23 Jan 2009 | 59 Comments | 46,440 views]

The benefits of a fully computerized health record system in President Elect Obama’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan
President-elect Barack Obama recently spoke at George Mason University on the economy and his plans for it. One of his main promises was that he would take steps to computerize paper health records within a period of five years. This according to Obama would eliminate red tape while… Continue reading

Document Management, Medical Records »

[17 Jan 2009 | 62 Comments | 44,614 views]

Technology promises many important advances in the way the medical industry maintains health records. By introducing new technology and electronic medical records, health-care professionals can prevent medical mistakes, and provide more cost effective record management. Technology improves efficiency and productivity while leading to better health care value. The health care industry has long been at the forefront of technological innovation and this is particularly evidenced by the growth in electronic… Continue reading