Post-Acute Care Suffers From Lack of Data

Post-Acute Care Suffers From Lack of Data, IT

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Nov 16
There is no doubt that Healthcare is now a data-driven enterprise. However, one significant segment of the industry still struggles to keep up.  Post-Acute Care suffers from lack of data and IT capabilities.  In an industry rich in data analytics, many post-acute care organizations and practitioners still work in a paper-based
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The Advantages of Smart Health Cards.

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Nov 14
The Advantages of Smart Health Cards. For a broken healthcare system, there are many advantages of smart health cards.  From a patients’ point-of-view, one big advantage of Smart Cards is that they allow medical records to become portable.  The patient can take records from one provider to another. Every medical

PHR vs Clinical Dashboard

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Nov 09
We often debate what we should call our cornerstone product, our,MyeMHR Personal Health Record, is it a PHR?  Is it an HIE? Population Health? It touches on all of these.  Lately, we came to the conclusion that it is a personal "clinical dashboard".  So why is it more than just a

“Personalized Patient Care is Not in an EHR”

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Nov 07
In an article in Healthcare IT News, Tom Sullivan states "Whatever may become the killer app for precision medicine might not be apparent just yet, but one thing is clear: The future of more personalized patient care is not in an EHR.".   He bases this conclusion on a statement made
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The History of Smart Cards in Healthcare

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Nov 02
The History of Smart Cards in Healthcare dates back to the 1990s.  In 1998, the French health-care system began providing each patient with a small green card.  Each patient carries "the carte vitale". It is a Smart Card, a plastic credit card with a memory chip on it.  It can