Tag Archives: EHR

David and Goliath — how Cerner beat out Epic

I think it makes a huge statement that the DoD (United States Department of Defense) chose Cerner as its EHR vendor. As we all know, Epic has been the Goliath in the industry for the last five years, snapping up … Continue reading

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Report details problems, solutions for EHRs

Last week, the American Medical Informatics Association released a report on the problems and potential solutions for electronic health records. The AMIA has long been a leading supporter of EHRs but has recently turned its attention to studying the criticisms … Continue reading

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Meaningful use requirements — what was that list again?

If you’ve ever tried to read the Department of Health and Human Services’ requirements for meaningful use, I’m sure you understand why so many people are struggling to keep up; if you’re like me, you probably had to stop to … Continue reading

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