Cloud computing is something we hear about in nearly any industry. However, due to its rapid increase in popularity many healthcare providers are left in the dust. The following article answers the top 3 most common questions asked by medical experts about using cloud EMRs.
EMR solutions have penetrated every healthcare sector One challenge remains: the vast majority of these systems cannot transfer data between one another. Known as interoperability, this criteria is proving to be a key factor for experts determining in whether an EMR system will meet their needs.
With the increasing implementation of intelligent dermatology tools, the dynamic of healthcare relationships has forever been changed: patient-doctor, doctor-colleague, and (most ambiguously) doctor-technology. This article examines the three relationships and how this impacts quality of care.
In order to provide accurate, informed care patient medical files must be as up to date as they are accessible. Discover why in spite of the latest advancements to EMR software solutions this fails to be the case along with what healthcare providers are doing to combat this crisis.
Due to the dermatologist shortage, physicians are often the first point of care for dermatology- related cases. What dermatology EMR software can doctors use to ensure that they provide quality care while preserving the time necessary to focus on other cases within their practice?
As doctors expand their practice, they have the opportunity to purchase from a wide variety of EMR systems. However, cloud-based and on-premise software operate so differently it can be hard to weigh their benefits. Read part 2 to discover the cost-efficacy and barriers on dermatology EMR software.
How are you keeping your patient data secure? As technology rapidly evolves, this concern becomes intrinsically related to how health tech like dermatology EMR software are equipped to handle changes facing the dermoscopy industry. Read on to learn about the advantages of Cloud-based EMR solutions.