Why Every Orthopaedic Practice Needs a PACS Imaging System

Posted by Phoenix Ortho Team on Dec 4, 2018 11:00:00 AM

Orthopaedic practices everywhere can benefit greatly from using a picture archiving and communication system (PACS). Why do orthopaedic clinics, in particular, need a PACS imaging system for their practice?

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Topics: imaging, knowledge base, EHR

Overcoming patient data access hurdles in your EHR

Posted by Paul Alford on Jun 13, 2018 9:16:00 AM

Do you struggle with patient data access in your EHR system? It's a common ailment: A 2018 Surescripts survey found half of physicians wished they had better insights available from their EHRs. Plus, 88 percent of respondents wanted to know if and where patients had received care elsewhere, but only 30 percent said they had an easy time finding this information.

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Topics: data entry, patient, imaging, EHR, support, Orthopaedic EHR

3 features to look for in an Orthopaedic EHR (infographic)

Posted by Anna Brocato on May 22, 2018 10:05:00 AM
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Topics: Orthopaedic EHR, features, imaging, charting, patient, data entry

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