Rick Watson, a marketing and business development executive with a record of building profitable, global brands, was named Chief Executive Officer of DBC Pri-Med, LLC, a division of Diversified Communications.
Latest Version of Problem-Oriented EHR Is a Streamlined Alternative to Cumbersome Meaningful Use-Certified EHRs With Cluttered Screens
Steward Health Care System Is First Accountable Care Organization (ACO) to Provide Personalized Education to Network Providers
New Learning Portal Uses Data to Help Providers Maximize Time Spent on CME
Panel Insight™ Uses Patient Panel Data to Identify Care Gaps and Deliver Personalized CME
CME Conference for Primary Care Physicians Ranks High in All Three Key Growth Indicators
Pri-Med Introduces InLight EHR for Direct Primary Care With Free 60-Day Trial and First Six Months Free
EHR industry’s best introductory offer helps physicians make transition from traditional fee-for-service to fast-growing membership medicine
Pri-Med and Amazing Charts Unveil New Technology To Address Clinician Dissatisfaction with Electronic Health Records
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Pri-Med and the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Launch National Ultrasound Education Initiative for Primary Care Clinicians
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Healthcare providers have been turning against the Meaningful Use program in growing numbers since the switch to MU Stage 2. The original concept of MU was supported by well-meaning public health advocates, but the ultimate manifestation of the program had the unintended consequence of intruding on the physician’s time with patients, and breeding more costly and difficult to use software.
An emerging cloud-based EHR with a new approach its creators hope will solve many of the technology issues plaguing clinicians today. These include: getting less face-to-face time with patients; staying late in the office to finish charts; and sometimes feeling like the world’s highest-paid data entry clerk.
What do you do when you grow frustrated? When it came to electronic health records (EHR), Dr. Jonathan Bertman’s discontent drove him. He built a simple program that enabled him to take notes on patients and open the notes up quickly when patients visited again. Bertman went on to found the EHR company Amazing Charts.
Combining the power of chart-level data analytics drawn from an EHR with customized CME will empower clinicians to deliver the best possible care to patients.