I was recently drafting content for four upcoming webinars AdvancedMD will be offering to help practices with their ICD-10 readiness. The theme for the series is “ICD-10 preparations for procrastinators”. I’m really excited that, as an industry, we are making strides toward ICD-10 and physician readiness is improving. Yet, despite multiple delays and extensive testing measures, the past year or so has left many quite far from the mark.
Patient Relationship Management (PRM) is a new portfolio of products available for AdvancedMD EHR customers. These new tools provide enterprise-level patient communication and population management that are easy to access and use for your practice.
One of our core strategic initiatives in development is working to bring our applications to non-Microsoft platforms as well as non-Microsoft browsers. This is part of a multi-pronged approach to make clinical data available when and where you need it.
We have recently completed some important enhancements within the EHR charge slip. These updates will enhance the capabilities of the EHR through commonly used features, like drag and drop and predictive text searching.
Over the past few days, the Internet has been all a-Twitter over the Microsoft announcement of its new browser (codename Project Spartan), and the intention to make it the default browser in Windows 10.