10 tips for transitioning from paper to EHRs; Kaiser launches mobile EHR app;

> Ryan Ricks, a security officer with electronic health record vendor XLEMR, provides 10 tips for making the transition from paper to electronic health records on a blog post on EHR Scope. Stay the course, despite the inevitable bumps along the road to implementation, he says. "The benefits will be well worth the temporary frustrations." Post

> Kaiser Permanent earlier this week launched a mobile app giving more than 9 million patients access to their online medical records. The healthcare giant created a mobile-optimized version of its member website, kp.org, with a companion Android app. The company promises an iPhone app later this year. FierceMobileHealthcare

> Katie Matlack, who covers medical software and health IT for the Software Advice blog, interviewed several health professionals for advice on having success with an EHR implementation for a MedCity News post. Chief to making the transition work, she noted, is to get the opinions of doctors. "Be sure to ask your team of physicians for insight on what features they would like to see in the EMR product they'll use," she wrote. Article

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