Keyword: Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association
A new government report took a first look at what types of information doctors are sending and receiving via their EHRs.
A new study found that doctors give patients only an average of 11 seconds to explain the reason for their visit and more practice news.
When EHRs are good, they're great, but when they're bad, they could be fatal. The solution may be simple.
A new study shows only very specific types of centralized systems have been able to advance interoperability.
HIMSS officials want cybersecurity included in FDA pre-cert; Karen DeSalvo joins OpenNotes board.
New research out of the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Jacksonville finds that patient portal usage has almost no impact on 30-day readmissions or mortality.
More work could be done on online portals to help patients understand what test results mean, according to a new study.
Although Epic generally outperformed its competitors in Meaningful Use attestation, a new study highlights the limitations of EHR certification.
Patients shouldn't rely on online physician ratings alone to select a doctor because these reviews can be a poor indicator of clinical performance.
Computers and smartphones have changed the way physicians communicate with patients, but industry guidelines haven't kept pace.