Dr. Craig Joseph shares his thoughts on why patient identification tools are a necessity in the U.S. healthcare system.
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With the CHIME21 Spring Forum in his rearview, Dr. Craig Joseph reflects on his biggest takeaway from the virtual conference.
Dr. Craig Joseph gives a breakdown of the hot topics at this year's ONC Annual Meeting, which includes interoperability, usability, and E/M documentation.
Panelists from Nordic and the American Medical Association share how to follow the lead of other organizations that are successfully leveraging the new E/M guidelines.
Dr. Craig Joseph uses a recent travel experience to share how more transparency in healthcare is beneficial for the patient and the health system.
Dr. Craig Joseph advocates that getting rid of stupid stuff (GROSS) should be an ongoing practice for healthcare systems, not just in its EHR, but across the organization as a whole.
Dr. Craig Joseph covers the benefits of a physician builder program and how it can lead to increased EHR satisfaction among doctors.
Dr. Craig Joseph recaps the E/M code changes that went into effect on Jan. 1, 2021, offering insights into where organizations are at with this transition.
Tasman Global's Steve Lewis shares an international take on a JAMA Internal Medicine study about the differences between EHR use in the U.S. versus non-U.S. countries.
In part two of Nordic and the American Medical Association's E/M transition webinar series, panelists shared how the updated outpatient documentation guidelines will impact EHR workflows and necessitate operational changes to take advantage of the new E/M guidelines.
Inspired by a recent article from the Journal of the American Medical Association about de-adopting low-value care, Dr. Craig Joseph shares three EHR practices he believes should be de-adopted for better results.