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  • Repairing the Healthcare System: EMR

    Unfortunately, many of the EMR systems bought by large hospital systems and physician practices are not fully functional. They do not fit the administration's ...

    http://stanleyfeldmdmace.typepad.com/repairing_the_healthcare_/emr/
  • The False Promise of Electronic Medical Records (EMR)

    Mar 12, 2013 ... I had predicted that fully functioning EMRs were too expensive for most practicing physicians. EMRs bought in the past were not fully functional.

    http://stanleyfeldmdmace.typepad.com/repairing_the_healthcare_/2013/03/the-false-promise-of-electronic-medical-records-emr-.html
  • The False Promise of Electronic Medical Records (EMR)

    Apr 24, 2013 ... EMRs bought by physicians and hospital systems in the past are not fully functional. Less than 20% of hospital systems and physicians ...

    http://stanleyfeldmdmace.typepad.com/repairing_the_healthcare_/2013/04/the-false-promise-of-electronic-medical-records-emr-.html
  • The Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Stimulus Fiasco: Part 2

    May 3, 2009 ... The EMR is fairly functional. It would not qualify for a rebate from the stimulus package. The physicians initially complained about the disruption ...

    http://stanleyfeldmdmace.typepad.com/repairing_the_healthcare_/2009/05/the-electronic-medical-record-emr-stimulus-fiasco-part-2.html
  • Repairing the Healthcare System: The Fourth Spoke In the Business ...

    Feb 15, 2012 ... Hospital system costs to install EMRs have ranged from $500,000 to $5 billion ... Only 2-3% might qualify for having fully functional EMRs.

    http://stanleyfeldmdmace.typepad.com/repairing_the_healthcare_/2012/02/the-fourth-spoke-in-the-business-model-for-a-successful-healthcare-system.html
  • Repairing the Healthcare System: The Failure Of The British ...

    May 22, 2011 ... There are many other advantages of using a functional electronic ... The installations of EMRs have frequently led to initial chaos in hospitals.

    http://stanleyfeldmdmace.typepad.com/repairing_the_healthcare_/2011/05/the-failure-of-the-british-electronic-medical-record-.html
  • Repairing the Healthcare System: Congressional Budget Office ...

    Jan 11, 2009 ... The government should make available a fully functional EMR free of charge. It should not require a capital outlay. Physicians would pay by the ...

    http://stanleyfeldmdmace.typepad.com/repairing_the_healthcare_/2009/01/congressional-budget-office-reveals-budget-hurdles-in-financing-healthcare-reform.html
  • Repairing the Healthcare System: Pure Genius Or Pure Stupidity?

    Oct 16, 2013 ... After 4 years only 11% of these records are functional. Physicians have spent money for EMRs they could not afford. Hospital systems spent ...

    http://stanleyfeldmdmace.typepad.com/repairing_the_healthcare_/2013/10/pure-genius-or-pure-stupidity.html
  • Repairing the Healthcare System:

    A “fully functional EMRs mean the payers' (government or healthcare insurance company) can have full control over the physician's work-flow. A fully functional ...

    http://stanleyfeldmdmace.typepad.com/repairing_the_healthcare_/2012/04/
  • Repairing the Healthcare System: Information Technology in ...

    Aug 20, 2014 ... EMRs bought by physicians and hospital systems in the past are not ... There are two basic issues, the cost of a fully functional EMR and the ...

    http://stanleyfeldmdmace.typepad.com/repairing_the_healthcare_/information-technology-in-healthcare/

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