Around Healthcare Scene: ADP AdvancedMD, Care360 EHR/EMR Screenshots, 24/7 Flu Hotline, and Tricorder X Prize
Here is a quick look at some of the other articles recently posted on some of the other HealthcareScene.com websites:
EHR and EMR Videos
Software Demo of ADP AdvancedMD + EMA Ophthalmology
This medical billing and EHR software demo presents how medical practices can use ADP AdvancedMD as their practice management to collect more money, faster. EMA for ophthalmology helps doctors utilize an iPad to manage clinical charting and see more patients faster. A software bridge (data integration) has been built to help staff work faster without doing double data entry.
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Travis County Medical Society Membership Director, Steven Hinojosa explains why local county Medical Societies should be interested in DocBookMD 3.0.
EHR and EMR Screenshots
The links below represent screenshots from the Care360 EHR/EMR including images from the EHR, the iPad app, and the mobile app. Do you think it is necessary for EHRs to use multiple platforms for access, or is it unnecessary vanity?
Smart Phone Health Care
Flu season is generally miserable for everyone. Even if you don’t actually get sick you spend half your time avoiding the people who are sick. Then you start to get symptoms but you wait as long as humanly possible to actually see a doctor because it is so expensive and time-consuming. Consult A Doctor is releasing a new service designed to change all of that.
We all remember those awesome little tricorders from the Star Trek series that could analyze a person’s level of health almost immediately. All the doctor had to do was push a button and he immediately knew exactly what he needed to do to help the person.
Qualcomm and the X Prize Foundation have announced a development competition designed to create just such a device. The two CEO’s of the respective companies, Dr. Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm Foundation Chair and Qualcomm Incorporated Chairman and CEO, and X PRIZE Foundation Chairman and CEO Dr. Peter Diamandis, announced during the keynote address at CES that the prize would be $10 million dollars.