Shift in US Healthcare by Srinath Venkat, @ConnectSrinath

The adoption of EHR is growing rapidly because of billions of dollars spent by the government to incentivize providers for EHR usage.
Also, there is a greater commitment by government to reduce the drug related adverse events in healthcare by recommending e-prescribing to the providers

Transformation in US Healthcare through EHR and Personalized Healthcare
Healthcare has undergone series of changes in last few decades. From passive, reactive, one size fits all approach, it has moved towards more customized, responsive, real-time care administration. Electronic Health Record (EHR) is systematized longitudinal collection of patient health data which gives the complete record of clinician-patient encounter. 


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What 2017 has in Store for Physicians? by Aiden Spencer, @aidenspencer15

The coming year is going to be tough if you’re a physician. There are several things that are going to change. It is important to be prepared about the coming changes in regulations, and what is required from a practice. This article will provide a brief summary about the coming changes, and what you can expect from 2017.


Before 2017

The year hasn’t completed ended yet but the healthcare industry has been bombarded with changes. The recent ending of the ICD-10 grace period has been the first major change leading into 2017. It has effected many practices in a number of different ways. It should be remembered that in the long run going electronic will benefit the entire industry. 

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