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Monthly Archives: November 2016

Join ONC for one of two webinars where the Health IT Certification Program: Enhanced Oversight and Accountability Final Rule will be discussed on December 7, 2016 and December 14, 2016 at 1:00pm – 2:00pm ET. The Enhanced Oversight Final Rule updates the ONC Health IT Certification Program by creating a focused ONC direct review regulatory framework, aligning…

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PJ Carter in a blog explained how the lack of interoperability resulted in extreme physical pain to his father who had to go into an eye surgery for the repair of a detached retina. His father was told by his eye specialist that and an urgent operation had to carried out. The operation began, but…

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Guest Editorial On November 9th, 2016 the United States of America witnessed a major turnaround in the administration. Republican candidate Donald Trump was voted the 45th president-elect of the United States, leading with 279 electoral votes (now up to 290). Donald Trump plans to bring about numerous changes to “Make America Great Again,” and true to…

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AmericanEHR is proud to introduce free, one-on-one EHR phone consultations for US-based clinicians. If you or your organization is looking for a new EHR system, or if you’re simply unsatisfied with your existing EHR product, contact AmericanEHR today to have one of our EHR experts do a custom analysis for your practice. Using peer submitted EHR…

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The digitization of healthcare was a much-needed change brought after years of hard work and effort. One might wonder how could one justify the expenditure of 10 billion dollars in a span of five years just on digitization! The problem intensifies when after several studies we find out that EHRs only reciprocate around 30-35 cents…

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It’s been a few years now since we’ve started hearing about the promise of 3D printing for medical applications. We’ve seen some great advances in 3D-Printed prosthetics and implants for surgeries such as knee and hip replacements. Surgeons are also now using 3D printing to create patient-specific surgical guides and tools. 3D printing is also…

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Gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, affects more than 60% of the U.S. population and is one of the single most common causes of hospitalization. It can manifest as anything from an acute but isolated experience of heartburn to a chronic condition eroding the esophageal lining and compounding into all manner of other gastrointestinal and digestive…

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