Congratulations to AMA EHR Survey Winners

We are very pleased to announce the winners from the recent EHR satisfaction survey conducted in conjunction with the American Medical Association. All respondents who completed a survey by November 8, 2012, were entered into the random drawing for the grand prize of a New Apple iPad or one of 5 x $100 Visa gift cards.

Congratulations to grand prize winner, Dr Jonathan Winter. Dr Winter is founder of the Dermatology Center of Washington Township and is a graduate of Columbia University and Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and is Board Certified in Dermatology. Dr Winter is also Section Head of Dermatology at Kennedy Hospital in Washington Township.

Winners of the 5 x $100 gift cards:

  • Dr Larry Koblenz, Wynnewood, PA
  • Dr Craig Noronha, West Roxbury, MA
  • Dr Beth Casady, Spring City, TN
  • Dr Sara Nosal, Bronx, NY
  • Dr Vivian Gahtan, Syracuse, NY

AmericanEHR Partners has just completed a second survey in conjunction with the American Medical Association ending January 4, 2013. Random prize draw winners will be announced shortly.


One response to "Congratulations to AMA EHR Survey Winners"
  • February 1, 2013
    Bob Coli, MD

    One of the least usable functions of ambulatory and inpatient EHRs and HIE physician (and patient) portals is viewing and sharing the results of cumulative diagnostic tests.

    This major usability gap in vendor-developed EHR, PHR and HIE platform systems is a relic of the 1960s when Homer Warner in Utah and Octo Barnett in Massachusetts first began to develop medical computer systems.

    The basic problem is that the flawed user interfaces of EHR, PHR and HIE platforms stil use variable reporting formats to display results as incomplete and fragmented data.

    The simple solution is an intuitive, easy-to-use, standard reporting format that can display the results of all 7,500 available tests as clinically integrated, actionable information.

    Perhaps your organization might consider incorporating into one of your future surveys one simple question—do physicians prefer to view and share lifetime patient test results as fragmented data or complete, actionable information?

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