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A Comprehensive Guide on Inpatient EHR vs Ambulatory EHR
With time, paper medical records are becoming ancient. The adoption of health information technology is rising at an increasing rate, especially electronic health records. The use of both the popular EHRs – inpatient and ambulatory is increasing but mostly people don't understand the real difference between these two. As per a study by Definitive Healthcare, a comprehensive and accurate data insights company, “around 89% of all hospitals are using inpatient or ambulatory EHRs”.
EHR Trends to Look for in 2022
Without a doubt, with the development of electronic health records (EHR), patient care has become hassle-free. Artificial intelligence (AI)-based EHR systems have all the medical-related details of the patients and can be accessed by the authorized persons and the patient themselves. With the use of EHR, high growth and nimble practices can not only provide top-notch patient care but can also easily streamline their workflow.
Empowering your Practice starts with a powerful EHR
Over the years, electronic health records (EHR) have proven to be an excellent method to power your health system. Not only does an EHR provide insight into a patient’s medical history, but equips doctors and high-growth practices to reciprocate treatments effectively. The EHR provides medical professionals with secure and easy access to patient’s vital health information to treat promptly. Running an efficient, secure and profitable practice can be challenging. Not only do you have to provide unmatched, quality care, but operations must be efficient so that you're not losing time or money.
5 Tips for Selecting the Right EHR
Integrating an EHR into your healthcare practice is necessary, but making the decision on which technology to employ, can be overwhelming. Not to mention, your decision will greatly impact the efficiency and profitability of your practice. Keep the above tips in mind as they will help make the best EHR choice for your growing practice.
COVID-19 and the Telehealth Trend
According to a survey taken by Medical Group Management Association,
Telehealth: A Potential Solution to Address the Healthcare Problems
There has been a spike in interest and use of telehealth services,
Can the use of Blockchain Technology Save a Failing Healthcare System?
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Our practice is really excited. It takes half the number of clicks compared to our old system!
Carolina Morales, Practice Administrator I MEHNAZ A. HAQ, MD
I have been using the talkEHR and absolutely love how user friendly and intuitive it has been. I am looking forward to having more time with patients without being bogged down by clicking.
Rama Devineni, MD | Chandler Primary Care
talkEHR is very user-friendly. It has been really easy to navigate and adapt to. The billing services provided at 2.95% including the practice management feature is really a great deal!
Nesha Prasla, MD | Metro Foot and Ankle Specialists
I would recommend talkEHR to any provider looking for a feature-rich, affordable and efficient EHR
Cythnia Go, MD I Lemont ENT
I am a customer for life. As long as talkEHR is around, I am going to be with talkEHR. It's very advanced with amazing features, it’s easy to use and combined all of that with its very competitive billing services. This EHR system is truly a winner.
Karla Ballew, ARNP I Novari Primary Care