Medical Decision Support Software: Have Our Hopes and Fears Come True?
Medical decision support software is the term used for computer programs and associated databases that help make diagnoses and advise on treatment.
Is the PQRI Process Worth Your Time?
Only 16% of the country’s 700,000 Medicare-participating physicians attempted to submit their PQRI data. Of these, only half—or 8% of the total eligible cohort—were successful in submitting the data correctly.
Tech Sectors: Online Patient Education: Show, Don't Tell with Online Educational Videos
Dean Heller, MD, President of VideoMD—an online library of physician-created, patient education videos—explains the benefits to both patients and physicians of www.videomd.com.
The EHR Trailblazers
These three physicians decided to take the bull by the horns and start their own EHR companies.
5 Questions... with Cliff Chirls, President and COO of iMedExchange
Clifford Chirls discusses the features of the new social networking site iMedExchange and explains how it diff ers from other social networking
resources for physicians.
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