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Debates, Studies and Reports…Can’t EHRs be an IT Solution vs an IT Problem?

Author: ; Published: Aug 11, 2014; Category: IT Solutions; Tags: , , , , , , , , ; No Comments

There are numerous blogs, studies and reports on the ROI of EHR, increased/decreased patient satisfaction, safety and productivity. One thing is for sure…the 700+ EHR vendors all claim great ROI and the doctors and other clinicians utilizing the EHR cry out on the lack of ROI and interruption of the physician-patient relationship. A recent discussion […]

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Scribes + EHR = Happy Patients, Happy Doctors, Happy Practices, Happy Employees, Happy Families, and Happy Top Line Practice Growth

Author: ; Published: Jun 2, 2014; Category: Industry Article, Switching EHR; Tags: , , , , , , , ; No Comments

There is an emerging discussion in the EHR category regarding the use of scribes combined with an EHR. There are numerous questions, however, our scan of recent articles points to more pros than cons making the early adopters pointing to scribes as a viable solution. A recent discussion posted by Frank Combs, Administrator at Nationwide […]

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IMPORTANT: End of Meaningful Use Incentive

Author: ; Published: Apr 21, 2014; Category: Meaningful Use, ProMentum; Tags: , , , , , ; No Comments

  2014 is the LAST year to get Medicare Meaningful Use Incentives!   I have a very important message  for you! If you are a Medicare Provider or you work with a Medicare provider keep reading.     2014 is the Last Year to begin Meaningful Use (MU) and receive Medicare incentive money! Penalties for failing to use […]

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Is your EMR limiting your income? Limiting your patient face-time? You’re not alone!

Author: ; Published: Jul 3, 2013; Category: Industry Article, ProMentum; Tags: , , , , , ; No Comments

When we do a one-on-one demonstration for a customer we start out by asking one simple question: “What is the fastest way to chart a patient visit?”  Inevitably, our audience says the same thing: “On Paper!”  So then why has the industry delivered complex electronic medical record systems that require you to click, bob and […]

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