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Examining the IT Infrastructure of Medical Offices
May 1st, 2017

Examining the IT Infrastructure of Medical Offices

The world medicine is constantly changing. So what do that means for medical offices IT infrastructure?

Summary

The world of medicine is constantly advancing, from the treatment of diseases, to how patients visit their doctors. We have left no stone unturned as technology evolves the IT infrastructure of medical offices.

While some offices hire their own IT departments, others use software programs to make office advancements.

According to Will Collins, an IT services director, “The staple applications of most physicians’ practices are electronic health records (EHR) and practice management (PM).”

So how is this all affecting the medical offices’ IT anatomy? Keep reading to find out. Ellen Muraskin discusses this further in her blog post found on Century Link.

Who Should Read This Article

Any doctor or office manager working in a medical office should give this a read to see how they can make IT advances to their office.

What You Will Learn

You will learn why some offices are weighing on-premise vs. cloud services for their IT networks. You will also get an in-depth look at how to get the most out of your EHR like:

  • Using imaging software.
  • Trying e-scribing.
  • Considering speech recognition dictation apps.
  • Letting patients access their medical records via patient portals.

Take Away

EHR helps streamline the patient, doctor experience while improving the IT anatomy of medical offices. Do you use an EHR?

Read the full article at The IT Anatomy of Medical Practices

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