Adventist pushing EHRs out to its outpatient clinics; Providers cite unreliable info for e-prescribing skepticism;

> Roseville, Calif.-based Adventist Health plans to implement its Cerner electronic health record system at 130 of its outpatient clinics, according to Healthcare IT News. The EHRs will complement systems used at Adventist's 18 hospitals and 14 home-care agencies. Article

> Health technology provider CareCloud, which previously focused on helping physicians sure up financial and administrative aspects of their practices through IT, has jumped into the EHR business with CareCloud Charts, the company announced this week. The technology already has earned ambulatory certification as a complete EHR by the Drummond Group. Press release

> To help prepare for the increase in jobs that will be created by the required use of EHRs, Lansing, Mich.-based Career Quest Learning Centers has started a 900-hour Health Information Technology Program to train potential employees. Announcement

> Holes in formulary and benefit (F&B) information and medication history of patients have caused some provider skepticism of e-prescribing, a study recently published in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine determined. FierceHealthIT

And Finally... I can't believe they fell for the old "Home Alone" trick. Article

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