February 22, 2017
“According to the survey by Medscape, 91% of participating doctors said they were using EHRs in 2016, with another 5% planning to implement an EHR.”
The healthcare industry is driven by everyday technology development and improvement. Process automation, faster systems, data management and medical privacy are part of a high-stakes game. With the standard for medical data becoming digital, electronic health records (EHR) and the security surrounding them can make a real difference in quality of care.
Here is why EHR will soon be a standard operating procedure for healthcare professionals and their organizations.
The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) was passed by the U.S. Congress in 2009. Together with Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) of 2015, legislators stimulated the healthcare industry to adopt quality EHR software, in order to focus on improving efficiency and adhering to regulatory controls.
What does it really mean for a medical practice or patient?
CoreValue’s experts in medical software development share key benefits of EHR software adoption.
- Speed and quality
The progress of EHR software development has allowed practices to improve the availability and quick delivery of voluminous amounts of data. With just a few clicks, medical professionals deliver coordinated care much faster.
- Efficiency and productivity
Today’s EHR software developers offer customizable web-based solutions that can be accessed from any device or operating system. It provides the opportunity for patient and clinician alike to keep track of the latest adjustments in a real-time mode.
- Personalized care and security
A “patient portal” option is one of the key features of modern EHR system. A patient can safely access protected Personal Health Records in compliance with HIPAA regulations.
- More efficient billing and coding
EHR software facilitates insurance billing submissions by providing complete documentation with accurate coding. This helps to avoid reimbursement delays and revenue leakage, which keeps both patients and providers happy.
Coordinated communication between providers and patients ultimately leads to better patient care management, while at the same time facilitating the financial demands of the practice.
CoreValue is a trusted global provider of healthcare systems in compliance with FDA, HIPPA regulations and Good Clinical Practices. Our experience and expertise can help deliver to you a robust combination of EHRs and a well-operated IT infrastructure that can improve the service quality and safety of your healthcare organization.
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