While the primary function of an EHR is self explanatory, there are myriad uses of your EHR data that can be tapped by a medical practice. Tools that put data to work can be beneficial not only for patients, but can improve the functionality, efficac
The concept of healthcare and EHR data ownership carries many implications for patients, providers, and medical practices. While experts agree that EHR vendors do not own the data, this has not prevented vendors from winning court disputes that resul
Should You Test Your EHR Data Backup and Restore Process?
May 16, 2016
It's common knowledge that the EHR Data Backup for your medical practice is critical for protecting against devastating losses of patient data in the event of a natural disaster, system glitch, or hardware failure. But practices should go further th
EHR Data Migration can look daunting. But there are many reasons a practice may wish to migrate its EHR data. But even after weighing costs and benefits of porting data elsewhere, some practices choose to avoid a potentially beneficial migration bec
Gathering EMR implementation lesson learned from other practices EMR implementation projects is a way to ensure you are not making the same mistakes.
If your small medical practice has finally committed to an EMR implementation, you must now do your