2018 EHR Report Card
Physicians rated their systems on key areas, including system capabilities, customer service and impact on patient care and practice finances.
Trapped in an EHR
Five physicians discuss how the performance of their systems affects their workload, careers, and ability to treat patients.
Toby Cosgrove heads to Google
What does his move mean for digital healthcare?
A young physician’s view on EHRs
EHRs don't work well enough.
Physicians' EHR work-arounds
Getting patient data into their EHR is rated as a major problem. So how are doctors getting the patient data they need when they need it?
Your voice: Americans require a moderate solution to the healthcare crisis
Letters from our readers
She doesn't have a door
A runner-up of the 2018 Physician Writing Contest reflects on her role in patient care.
Four tips for successful cybersecurity training
It’s important for physicians to gain staff buy-in on cybersecurity, as it can affect the future of the practice and their jobs.
An interoperability breakthrough?
A new health information exchange will include all major EHR vendors.
The paper chart holdouts
Some physicians have resisted electronic health records systems and still rely on paper.
12 things doctors should consider before a major tech investment
Physicians can benefit from technology as much if not more than other professionals, but physicians can get overwhelmed trying to figure out what kind of technology is best for them.
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