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  • Too Much Too Soon? Electronic Medical Record Effort Gets Pushback

    Posted on May 18, 2010 by Dick

    By Katherine Hobson

    Now, faster access to the different topics, lab, progress notes, insurance, cardio,consulting, and what ever is important in your practice can be had for a few dollars per patient at Sahler.com. There you will find experience with medical records, good service, and very competitive prices.

    A current article in the WSJ quotes Politico.

    The Wall Street Journal Reports. The Obama administration’s plan for implementing electronic medical records is getting some pushback. Health-industry groups including the AMA and American Hospital Association are calling the digitization requirements “too much, too soon,” Politico reports.

    At issue are the grants available under the stimulus bill to doctors and hospitals showing “meaningful use” of electronic health records. Early signs are that meeting that “meaningful use” standard will be tough, with about 24 requirements by 2011, Politico says. (A final rule is expected this month.)

    It’s tough for doctors’ offices and hospitals to fully digitize their operations in that short period, and not clear that early returns on systems allowing such things as digitally transmitted prescriptions or patient access to electronic records will show gains in either costs or quality of care, Politico says. Suggestions include pushing back the deadline or, as one HHS official says, a partial credit system.

    While a rapid conversion to electronic records has its fans, there are plenty of doctors, hospitals and policymakers sounding cautionary notes, particularly about that “rapid” part. There are technical and patient privacy issues, large up-front investments that may only pay off down the line, and questions from physicians about how it will affect their relationships with patients.

    This post was posted in HIPAA, Record Keeping

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    Posted on September 2, 2009 by Dick

    New low price of $4.96 per roll of 500 labels compatible with Tab Alpha Code and CompuColor, Smead 67071 - 67096, 67370 - 67379 and similar labels. Continue Reading

    This post was posted in HIPAA, Record Keeping and was tagged with Color Bands, Color Coding, Color Coding Labels, Smead, Tab

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