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February 15, 2017
Carl Natale

'Copy-and-paste' reveals a failure of EHR technology

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has created a bit of a stir with its study, "Examining the Copy and Paste Function in the Use of Electronic Health Records." The study concludes that clinicians are copying data from one electronic source and pasting it into electronic health records (EHRs).
October 18, 2016
Carl Natale

The economics of EHRs vs sharing patient data

There still is a question about how useful ICD-10 data will be to U.S. healthcare. Specifically, there are doubts that diagnosis data isn't enough to draw meaningful conclusions about population health.
August 26, 2015
Carl Natale

Is your EHR helping or hurting your ICD-10 transition?

Sometimes when someone gets angry about my ICD-10 advocacy, they drag the electronic health record into the argument. The EHR they use already is frustrating and time consuming. ICD-10 complexity will make it worse.