Electronic health records

Feb 2005 Issue
Practicing Without Paper Charts: One Clinic's Experience [Feature]

The article describes one clinic's experience moving from paper charts to an electronic medical record run on wireless, tablet PCs.

Feb 2005 Issue
How to Select an Electronic Health Record System [Feature]

The author describes a step-wise process for selecting and purchasing an electronic medical record system.

Feb 2005 Issue
Electronic Health Records: A User-Satisfaction Survey [Feature]

The 2005 FPM survey of user satisfaction with EHR systems; this is the survey instrument, disseminated as an article in the Feb 2005 issue.

Feb 2005 Issue
Purchasing an Affordable Electronic Health Record [Feature]

This article will compare low-cost EMRs to high-cost EMRs and discuss whether practices can benefit as much as or more from a low-cost EMR.

Feb 2005 Issue
Electronic Health Records: Taking the Plunge [Editor's Page]

Choosing the right electronic health record system for your practice may not be easy, but this issue makes it easier.

Nov-Dec 2004 Issue
Why It's Time to Purchase an Electronic Health Record System [Feature]

The author, who led his group's EMR selection committee, describes changes in the market, in EMRs, and in health care that make this the right time for all practices to seriously consider purchasing an EMR system.

Mar 2004 Issue
Communicating With Your Patients Online [Computers]

This is the first in a two-part series that reviews what the current options are for online communication with patients, how to integrate online communication with patients into a busy practice, and what the relevant guidelines are for privacy and financial success.

Mar 2004 Issue
Are Electronic Records Catching On? [Editor's Page]

Suggests that the EHR market may be maturing and lists AAFP activities promoting EHRs.

Jun 2003 Issue
Open-Source Software: Just What the Doctor Ordered? [Computers]

The article describes the open source approach to software and explains why it may help in the development of an EHR system that is affordable for solo and small-group practices

May 2003 Issue
Implementing an EMR System: One Clinic's Experience [Feature]

An account of the major issues involved in implementing an EMR system in a small outpatient residency practice. Examples include pre-planning, configuring software, training staff and redesigning work systems.

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