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A Second Opinion

Welcome to the Amazing Charts blog, “A Second Opinion.” Blogs are written by a variety of people who work at Amazing Charts, as well as corporate partners and other guests. 

How to Leverage the Amazing Charts Patient Portal

Posted Aug 26, 2014 By Catherine Lehmann, RN, MPA

Part Five - Preventive Medicine Blog Series

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How to Leverage Email with Amazing Charts

Posted Aug 21, 2014 By Catherine Lehmann, RN, MPA

Part Four - Preventive Medicine Blog Series

In part three of the preventive medicine blog series we covered, “How to Leverage Reminders in Amazing Charts” and listed email as one vehicle for delivering reminders to patients. Now, we will cover this form of communication in detail, as there are...

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How to Leverage Reminders in Amazing Charts

Posted Aug 12, 2014 By Catherine Lehmann, RN, MPA

Part Three - Preventive Medicine Blog Series

Reminders are one of several Clinical Decision Support (CDS) tools available in Amazing Charts to help you practice preventive medicine. There are two types of reminders: patient reminders and staff reminders. Let's look at both kinds. 

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How to Leverage the Search and Report Tool in Amazing Charts

Posted Aug 10, 2014 By Catherine Lehmann, RN, MPA

Part Two - Preventive Medicine Blog Series

 

Benefit of Using the Search and Report Tool

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How to Leverage Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Tools in Amazing Charts

Posted Aug 08, 2014 By Catherine Lehmann, RN, MPA

Part One - Preventive Medicine Blog Series

 

About CDS Tools

The Clinical Decision Support (CDS) 5 Rights Model suggests that effective and efficient interventions for improving outcomes with CDS tools require the right information, be delivered to the right person, in the right intervention...

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GUEST POST: Patient Portal with Updox & Amazing Charts

Posted Jul 28, 2014 By James Legan, MD, Internal Medicine

Should you start a secure patient portal just to qualify for the Meaningful Use money, or are there other reasons to do it?...

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Adopting an EHR is like buying a new car: the process can be extremely overwhelming. However, with careful research and planning, you can confidently choose the correct vehicle for your practice. Here are six common hazards to avoid in order to achieve success:

ONE: Choosing the wrong EHR

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Role of Shared Decision-Making in Patient Engagement

Posted Jul 10, 2014 By Catherine Lehmann, RN, MPA

Although patient engagement is a concept with wide variations in understanding, as well as implementation, there is one clear goal: to improve outcomes by involving patients more directly in their own health care.  One emerging approach to support this goal is the idea of shared decision making....

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Every year, Black Book Rankings, the largest full-service technology and services market research company, conducts their ambulatory user poll to determine the highest ranked EHR and EMR organizations....

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User Experience Matters

Posted Jun 12, 2014

The majority of our users heard about Amazing Charts from their colleagues – wonder why?

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