Valuable advice for an important
transition period in Health
Sure-Fire strategies for selecting EMR
Expert tips for moving towards e-Health
Author: Dr. Barbara Hales
“Great guide for any practitioner on implementing an EMR”- Dr. Martin Rosen, gastroenterologist, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, U.S.A.
“I would recommend it to anyone who wants to successfully deploy an EMR”- Dr. Alfred A. Rosenblatt, Atlantic City Hospital, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Confused about EMR or losing sleep over it? Will you qualify for the Government incentives available for doctors and clinics?
Don’t know the difference between EMR and EHR? Worried about the cost burden? Concerned about transitioning and security issues?
You’re not alone. Everywhere people are struggling with this.
From being in the trenches like you, comes the definitive guide to EMR implementation. Choosing without Losing: How to Choose the Best Medical Record System for Your Practice distills the available bank of experience and knowledge concerning EHRs to enhance the quality and efficiency of patient care.
Backed by research and written by experts in the
field, the book takes the mystery out of the EMR by detailing key
lessons learned and providing practical, step-by-step guidelines to
help you implement your own EMR.
In this indispensable guide to making the most of the transition to a paperless practice you’ll get:
A realistic game plan for adoption of EMR
that physicians are sure to use
An explanation of the inner workings of an
A methodology to measuring return-on-investment for an EMR system
Setting up a good EMR system is the first step towards a fully integrated electronic system that can help physicians and healthcare providers manage their patient information, giving them more time to focus on the needs of their patients. It also enables Doctors to receive generous government handouts for making the transition to electronic medical records.
Physicians and healthcare providers who would like to adopt an EMR system for their practice can be confused by a myriad of available software in the market, all claiming to be the best in their respective fields. EMR reviews performed by third parties can be a reliable guide for the selection process; however, these should not be the sole basis for selection. Indeed it’s not practical to wade through the dozens of available EMR software packages and HIPAA compliant systems in the market, and the hundreds of vendors plying their trade.
The physician, clinic manager or hospital decision-maker needs information that is objectively prepared and which addresses the concerns of the doctors and those responsible for the well being of patients.
What you need in your EMR is:
Usability-the software interface should be easy to use and all required information should be readily accessible
An economic solution; one that actually offers cost benefit to the medical practice as well as positive health outcomes for the patient
Implementation- a web-based system is usually the best choice as it can easily be installed. Choose a software that can be installed and set-up easily at a short time
Easy Integration- the software should be easily integrated into existing systems so it will not incur additional cost. The system should have the ability to utilize existing records and information
No extra cost for Consultants- the software should be easily utilized without the need for additional consultants as that would add up on cost
Training and Support- on-line training should be available in addition to on-site trainings provided by the vendor
Physician Dr. Barbara Hales has spent many months
tracking, analyzing, testing and generally immersing her in the EMR
world. She has in her book, Choosing without Losing: How
to Choose the Best Medical Record System for Your Practice,
distilled all the information that you need.
Why spend endless hours reading about electronic medical records, EMR vendors, electronic prescriptions, interoperability, CCHIT, HIPAA, computer security, medical compliance, medical transcription- all that you need to assist you in your EMR purchase is available in one place.
Barbara Hales, M.D. formerly specializing in Women’s Health/Obstetrics and Gynecology says “As an experienced medical practitioner, I am often asked by other professionals what is going to happen to the industry and how will it come out as a result of the dramatic changes in e-Health. Hence I have created a comprehensive, easy to understand and useful guide.”
This guide will enable you to conduct a search process yourself for EMR solutions.
“The EMR that is ultimately implemented needs to be easy for the Physician and the staff to use. Time spent in orientation to the system is time away from patient care duties. The system must be easy to use and training time needs to be minimal.”
This guide can help physicians and medical
facilities in their EMR review.
Regardless of where you are in the EHR process, this book is an invaluable asset. You may learn something new about the EHR you’ve already purchased. If you’re in the EMR evaluation process, this book will be your guide.
Choosing Without Losing is a valuable resource that:
Setting up a good EMR system is the first step towards a fully integrated electronic system that can help physicians and healthcare providers manage their patient information, giving them more time to focus on the needs of their patients.
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