An Overview of Decision 2012: A Health Records Debate

This year, Care360 engaged with many physicians in a national debate around the benefits and challenges associated with paper versus electronic medical records. We know that making the move towards electronic health records (EHR) is not right for every practice, … Continue reading

EHR Benefits for Patient Populations

While the ability of electronic health records (EHRs) to accurately and completely document and store a patient’s medical history has been extensively discussed, the ability of EHRs to compile data for better patient population condition management is a topic that … Continue reading

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

Myths and Facts of EHRs

Myth # 1: Patient privacy is at risk with EHRs As electronic health records (EHRs) and new online sharing and storing databases have become more widely implemented, there have been ongoing concerns regarding patient privacy. In a recent study from … Continue reading