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TechNavio's research report, the Electronic Health Records Systems Market in North America 2011-2015, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
Intended for medical office staff, this health insurance guide provides a roadmap for organizing back-office processes, developing an appeals process, monitoring reimbursement, ensuring legal compliance, and choosing an electronic health records system.
The study also found that adopting an electronic health records system could help mitigate quality disparities at hospitals that care for a disproportionate share of poor patients.
Horizon Health spent nearly two years searching for an electronic health records system that was a fit for our organization," said Marilyn Cintron, CEO of Horizon Health Center.
Eligible providers can receive funding from the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to assist with the purchase or upgrade of an electronic health records system.
The award-winning solution will provide a unified view of patient data exchanged via CareSpark's health information exchange and connected electronic health records systems.
Prognosis offers ChartAccess, a Comprehensive EHR developed by clinicians that makes it easy to afford, use, implement and maintain an electronic health records system.
Physicians in New York's Hudson Valley will have access to a fully-functional electronic health records system, with local support and connectivity to the Information Exchange initiative.