AEHR Call for Articles

AmericanEHR Call for Submissions

Do you have a story to tell or experiences using health information technology? How would you like to share those experiences with AmericanEHR’s 26,000+ members who represent all 52 states and territories and 152 medical specialties?

Whether positive or negative, shared experiences surrounding the usage of EHR’s or other technologies such as mobile apps or web-based tools are extremely valuable to clinicians, ancillary caregivers, and staff who work in clinical patient settings.

Whether you’re a primary care clinician, a practice administrator, or a technology expert, please take a few moments to share your experiences and insights.

What are we looking for?

500–700 word articles on topics such as the following:

  • Interopability
  • Connected Health
  • E-Prescribing
  • Data exchange (or the lack thereof)
  • Clinical decision support
  • Clinical mobile apps
  • Tips on time-saving
  • Areas in which technology use is challenging
  • Interacting with patients using portals or personal health records
  • MACRA and Meaningful Use

All submissions are reviewed by our editorial team prior to publication, and must be educational in nature. Open to clinicians, practice managers, consultants, CIO’s, or other health IT professionals.

Selected articles will be featured in the AmericanEHR eNewsletter.

Share your experiences! Submit your blog idea via email to info@americanehr.com.

Comments:

2 responses to "AmericanEHR Call for Submissions"
  • April 16, 2016
    Amanda Kerth
    said:

    Thomas,
    Specifically, I would love to see more articles on the situation of interoperability. I don’t think the public realizes the greater problem and proprietary interests at stake with large Healthcare developers. Great website, great information keep up the good work!

    Thanks,
    Mandy

  • April 19, 2016
    Sharlena Foster
    said:

    I agree with your “All submissions are reviewed by our editorial team prior to publication, and must be educational in nature. Open to clinicians, practice managers, consultants, CIO’s, or other health IT professionals.” Here play an important role of health IT professionals
    Presently our world going with smart phones, tablets, and web-enabled devices, Digital technology primordially changed our world.

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