Ok, so this was the first video that I made in the EMR video series (see the other video I posted on EMR data sharing). So, I stumble around a little bit on the video, but I think I provide some interesting answers to the question. Although, I’ll admit that it’s a really hard question to answer.
Here’s the question I try to answer in this video: How will Healthcare IT and EMR save on Medicare costs?
Let me know if you like these videos. Also, let me know what I might have missed in this video.
Yesterday I started testing out a new idea where I’d film some original EMR and EHR videos where I answer questions about healthcare IT and EMR that people have sent to me. I’ll post the first video here and possibly another one this weekend. Then, I’ll probably start posting the videos on my new EMR and EHR video website. Although, I may do some updates with links to the latest videos that are posted.
It’s a low budget production as you can imagine. I also was streaming it live on the internet, so you’ll see me look down a number of times to check how many were viewing it live. Those things aside, hopefully you’ll find the content of the video interesting and useful.
This first video tries to answer the question: Does the EMR allow data sharing with the patient’s PHR and/or Social Net account(s)?
As always, I’m interested to hear your thoughts on the subject as well. Was there anything I missed? Was I wrong about anything? What else is important about EMR data sharing? Should we be able to share our EMR data with social networks like Facebook, Twitter, etc?
Also, if you have other questions you’d like me to answer in a future video, be sure to leave a comment or let me know on the contact us page.