In this issue
How I learned to love my EHR and spend more time with patients January 10, 2017By Eugene H. EismanOne of my favorite consultants is an orthopedist. His reports consist of five lines or less. 5 mistakes doctors make that can cause big problems January 10, 2017By Karen ZupkoPoor cash controls are still one of the most common risks we discover during our consultations. Trump must listen to doctors before replacing Obamacare January 10, 2017By Keith L. MartinThe Affordable Care Act as we know it is about to meet its end. 7 ways physicians can take control of uncompensated time January 10, 2017By Lisa A. Eramo MAPhysicians should focus on generating revenue, not putting in a longer workday, experts say 5 key coding opportunities in 2017Prepare for 5 key coding opportunities 6 tips to boost EHR productivity January 10, 2017By Mary K. PrattMany doctors complain that electronic health records (EHRs) drain their time, rather than create efficiencies. In fact, Deloitte’s 2016 Survey of U.S. Physicians found that seven out of 10 physicians think that EHRs reduce their productivity. Health IT experts say doctors can take these six steps to boost their productivity: Is electronic prescribing a potential solution to the opioid crisis? January 10, 2017By Ken TerryOnly two states mandate e-prescribing controlled substances, but most physicians can use it now Resisting the cloud is futile for this physician
January 10, 2017There has been some cold feet to migrating all the information to this practice's cloud.
The physician at the IT table January 10, 2017By Keith L. MartinONC Coordinator B. Vindell Washington, MD, reflects on leading U.S. health IT efforts and what’s next Where is the future of primary care headed? January 10, 2017By James F. SweeneyWhile the transition may be rocky, primary care physicians are poised to take a leading role as care models change