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Stephen McCallister, CPHIT

The top reasons healthcare data is breached are totally avoidable through low-hanging methods of security.

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Looking to get physicians on board with your EHR system? Here are a few tips that one expert says will help get the job done.

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We know what technologies practices are using today, but what will they be utilizing in 10 years? Here are six possibilities.

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Having the EHR in the exam room can be a benefit to the patient, however make sure it doesn't become a distraction. Here are tips to stay focused.

Saroj Misra, DO

The advent of the tablet and the smartphone as medical "tools" has created increasing opportunities for ''on-the-go" data access for today's healthcare providers.

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Using mobile EHR applications means being aware of the privacy implications of carrying protected health information in the palm of their hands.

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Physicians are likely going to give a loud groan when you ask them about EHRs. Why, then, have they warmed up to the mobile experience?

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