EHRs Can Help Increase Patient Adherence

Patient adherence is defined as the degree to which patients take medications as prescribed by their physicians. This can include dosing, frequency, specific timing and other important instructions—such as taking medication with or without food. While patient compliance is essentially … Continue reading

EHR in Practice: Wilmot Medical Center

EHR in Practice

“It was such an easy system to learn. We didn’t have to research anything. It was all right there for us.”                                       … Continue reading

Care360: Black Book Rankings 2012

Black Book Ranking

We are very excited to announce that Care360 EHR received the top spot in both the Single Physician Practice and ePrescribing categories of the 2012 Black Book Rankings of Top EHR and EMR Vendors. As the first Black Book ranking for … Continue reading

Patient Benefits of EHR

Patient Benefits of EHR

When people talk about electronic health records (EHR), they often fixate on professional-level features and financial incentives, overlooking the technology’s many benefits to patient care. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) are using incentive programs to encourage physician practices … Continue reading