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Avoid Physician Burnout: Is 2020 the Year to Switch Your EHR?

While there seems to be a varying degree of opinion on the correlation of physician burnout to EHR use, one thing is for certain, having an EHR that is easy to use and efficient only helps. Let’s face it… how many of you physicians out there bring your laptop computer home and end up working […]

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NextGen Becomes a Telehealth Business Overnight

With its recent acquisition of two companies, Medfusion and OTTO Health, NextGen Healthcare becomes a telehealth business almost overnight! NextGen looks to improve telemedicine adoption through easy integration. Many telemedicine platforms tend to exist outside the EHR or need workarounds to integrate data. But now with its recent acquisitions, NextGen plans to create a virtual […]

EHR Corporate Responsibility

People today want to do business with and use products from companies that are stellar corporate citizens. This seems heightened in the healthcare space where the expectations are higher for those who already work towards helping patients. There isn’t much published on corporate responsibility for EHR companies, although there is a recent report that was […]

2019 Most Notable EHR Awards in the Industry

You can scan any EHR website and see the various awards the company has won. But it can be a bit confusing because there are just so many awards and rankings. EHR Guide wants to help break that down in one glance, especially for small to mid-sized physician practices. We are pleased to present our […]

White Paper Released on Telemedicine Stethoscopes

MobilDrTech, Inc. releases white paper on telemedicine stethoscopes MobilDrTech, Inc. releases a white paper titled “Telemedicine Stethoscopes” that identifies and compares the most commonly used real time telemedicine stethoscopes in the U.S. market. https://www.telemedicinesupply.com/pages/press

6 Reasons to Switch your EHR in 2019

Why 2019 may be the year for small to mid-sized medical practices to switch their EHR for the better. If your EHR has ever caused you so much frustration that you can picture yourself reenacting the infamous scene from the movie “Office Space” where they pulverize their office equipment, then you should consider switching your […]

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Will Amazon be the catalyst for telemedicine finally taking off?

An exclusive interview with almost 25 year telemedicine pioneer (yes, telemedicine has really been around that long) C. Rich Abbruscato with insight into what no one else is admitting. EHRGuide:    Can you briefly tell me about your background? Rich:   My early background was in communications, which turned out to be what was needed to […]

An Overview of the Most Notable EHR Awards in 2018

The year 2018 will be one for the record books in the EHR industry. We put together a master list of the most notable EHR Awards for some of the top EHR companies. You won’t be surprised to see the larger, well-known EHRs like Epic, Cerner and Allscripts have a large number of awards. But […]

Allscripts “satisfied” with Q1 & Practice Fusion now charging

Based on Allscript’s recent Q1 earnings call, President Rick Poulton is “satisfied” with the Q1 results. While he was nudged on his choice of wording during the Q&A portion of the call, he didn’t budge. With a slew of deals that were discussed such as Practice Fusion and McKesson’s EIS, it didn’t go unnoticed that […]