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Find out how health IT can help you improve patient care, lower costs, and save time.
Whether you're just starting to think about adopting an electronic health record (EHR) system or are ready to make the change from paper records to EHRS, find out how to get started.
Already have an EHR System? Learn about the meaningful use objectives that eligible professionals and hospitals must achieve to qualify for Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Incentive Programs.
The EHR adoption process can be overwhelming. But you don't have to do it alone. The nationwide network of Regional Extension Centers (RECs) offers local, low-cost, on-the-ground support.
Based on existing research, expert opinion, stakeholder engagement, and field work, the SAFER Guides are a set of evidence-based guides and self-assessment tools designed to help health care organizations assess and optimize health IT safety in critical areas.
With electronic health records (EHRs), providers can have reliable access to complete personal health information that can help them make the right decisions. This can give you the peace of mind that comes with knowing that you are giving your patients the best possible care.
Patients may have concerns about the privacy and security of their health information stored electronically. Educating your patients about how their information is protected can ease their concerns and foster better communication between you and your patients.
The Health IT dashboard showcases health IT adoption statistics. In addition, the data can be downloaded and analyzed as part of Open Government in Health IT.
For Dr. Jennifer Brull, one of the benefits of an EHR system has been the ability to streamline her practice's preventative care procedures, helping her to increase screening rates and facilitate better patient outcomes.