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Tag: EMR

Often used interchangeably with Electronic Health Record. An EMR can also refer to digital medical record in a healthcare organization as part of a stand-alone health information system for storing, retrieving and modifying healthcare records. Electronic Medical Records offer far greater accessibility and portability than paper records, improving efficiency and quality of care and decreasing costs associate with storage, duplication and transfer.

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Can we hold on to some of the policy breakthroughs achieved during the COVID-19 pandemic?

August 28th, 2020 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

Telemedicine has been around for a long time. “In 1906, the inventor of the electrocardiogram published a paper on the telecardiogram. Since the 1920s, the radio has been used to […]

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Podcast Episode Transcript: Telemedicine during the pandemic: Finding the right approach

With L. Gordon Moore, MD

Gordon Moore: Welcome to 3M’s Inside Angle Podcast. This is your host, Dr. Gordon Moore. And with me today is Dr. Andrew Robie, who is the chief medical information officer […]

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The value of encounters: It’s about time

July 6th, 2020 / By Allison Morgan, MS, CPC

Time flies… 2021 is approaching quickly, bringing with it anticipated E/M changes. A primary focus of the upcoming changes is the element of time and its evolving role in CPT […]

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Article: More than a buzzword: How AI can deliver real-world value and put the human touch back in healthcare

Detlef Koll, Vice President of Product Development at 3M, speaks about AI in health care. He discusses how the number of AI solutions is growing and how AI is profoundly […]

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One way physician burnout is unique

January 29th, 2020 / By Travis Bias, DO, MPH, FAAFP

The topic of burnout is all the rage lately. Whole conferences are designed to combat it and it is at the center of debates among healthcare delivery leaders nationwide. Its […]

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Podcast Episode Transcript: Finding a common language: Documentation and quality improvement

With L. Gordon Moore, MD

Dr. Gordon Moore: Welcome to 3M’s Inside Angle Podcast. This is your host, Dr. Gordon Moore. With me today I have Dr. Geoffrey Rose, who is the chief of adult […]

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A fix for persistent staffing challenges

July 13th, 2018 / By Kristine Daynes

Roughly 40 percent of healthcare financial leaders say their organizations lack in-house expertise and staffing for extremely important activities, such as managing new regulations and payment models. The gaps put […]

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$500,000 to replace a physician: The cost of burnout and some solutions to the problem

April 18th, 2018 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

Physician burnout has a negative impact on quality of care, patient safety, operational efficiency and of course on the burned-out individuals. In a new episode of the Inside Angle podcast, Christine Sinsky, MD, vice president of professional satisfaction at the American Medical Association, discusses how we can improve the work of care.

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Developing a healthcare green thumb

October 9th, 2017 / By Meenal Raje

Thinking back to the beginning of summer, when walking paths in my neighborhood are blooming with abundant flowers and neatly manicured gardens, I’m reminded that this season always brings out […]

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Quality reporting and structured data: What it means for ambulatory EMRs

July 19th, 2017 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

Every year, most health plans are rated on quality by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) with Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS). HEDIS gets most of its […]

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Promises not yet kept: Can health IT support healthcare quality?

June 28th, 2017 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

An interesting convergence of articles flowed over my laptop recently: 1:  Becker’s ACS Review: The 11 things payers, providers really think about value-based care:[1] Seventy-five percent of health plan executives […]

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Looking for technology that helps clinicians be brilliant

June 16th, 2017 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

Doctors work really hard to take care of their patients, but find the technology at their fingertips is more of an obstruction and friction than a resource. Natural language processing […]