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Health Care Information Technology
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Electronic health record (EHR) systems affect small-practice physiciansâ€™ workflows mostly negatively, whereas their staff membersâ€™ workflows are generally improved, according to recently published research.
Social media is opening up what you can do with your practice.
Women who undergo elective induction of labor for a history of fast labor continue the trend of delivering in about half the time of other women, but the benefit of induction is small, a study from the Summa Health System reports.
When it comes to consulting with their doctors, Americans are not averse to email but do not like the idea of using social media such as twitter or Facebook.
The American Medical Association introduced its first-ever "app," an on-the-go reference guide that helps physicians determine the appropriate current procedural terminology evaluation and management billing codes.
Concerned about patient safety related to potential malfunctions of health information technology, the Institute of Medicine is conducting a yearlong study and will issue recommendations for safe implementation of the technology.
The healthcare sector is among the top 3 industry adopters of the iPad, according to new data.
Cell phone and digital camera pictures are being tested as diagnostic tools.