Cloud-based Services

Cloud EMR keeps practice on cutting edge July 12, 2013 | Molly Merrill - Contributing writer
Cloud-based EMR keeps small practice on the cutting edge
Deanna Boyette, MD, of Boyette Orthopedics & Sports Medicine in Greenville, N.C., opened her own practice three years ago with the goal of being digital. Since going live on a cloud-based EMR, the practice has qualified for two years of incentive payments and is preparing for Stage 2 of meaningful use.
Scheduling apps amp up connectedness July 10, 2013 | Madelyn Kearns - Associate Editor
With more than 85 percent of physicians in possession of a personal or professional smartphone — according to a 2012 Manhattan Research study — the market for cellular components and nifty applicative abilities is not only thriving, but thriving with purpose.
How practices can benefit from cloud based services? July 09, 2013 | PhysBizTech staff
The aim of this whitepaper is to explore the importance and potential of cloud computing in the healthcare sector. It will also help healthcare practices realize the ways that they can take advantage of the cloud.
Kareo, Inc., the cloud-based medical office software and services provider for small medical practices, announced today its integration with Demandforce, an Intuit Inc. company. Demandforce is now integrated with Kareo’s Practice Management application and available to Kareo’s current customer base of over 20,000 medical providers
EHR usability: A small-practice imperative June 21, 2013 | Frank Irving - Editor
EHR usability: A small-practice imperative
A recent report from industry research firm KLAS rated athenaClinicals highest among ambulatory EMR systems in terms of go-live and current-state usability. In the following Q&A, Jasmine Gee, director of product marketing for athenahealth, explains why usability is "absolutely key" in the small-practice realm.
Physicians side with tablets June 13, 2013 | Mike Miliard - Managing Editor
Most physicians feel that tablet computers such as the iPad are better suited for care delivery than smartphones, according to a new survey of nearly 1,400 doctors.
RA patients contemplate the ideal portal June 12, 2013 | Madelyn Kearns - Associate Editor
Developers and physicians aren’t the only ones fielding Utopian visions of the perfect medical devices and databases — as it turns out, patients are partaking in the fantasy, too.
Medical devices muddle with pediatric care June 11, 2013 | Madelyn Kearns - Associate Editor
Medical devices muddle with pediatric treatment of complex conditions
According to a recent investigation into the influence of medical devices on pediatric care, a significant number of younger patients reported some sort of complication with their health gadget(s), promoting some pause within developer and medical communities.