Where is that "bad boy" EMR list of vendors that refuse "interoperability"..:) http://t.co/nregVYB9Ka
— MedicalQuack (@MedicalQuack) July 28, 2014
I’ve always liked the idea of a bad boy EMR list. I’ve called it a meaningful EHR certification before. Or an EMR naughty and nice list. It’s a hard thing to do well…especially if you want to make a business of it.
This doctor's office apology for putting in the EMR, but sending a mixed message (Epic at Sutter) pic.twitter.com/Pnx6DEHBRM
— Matthew Holt (@boltyboy) August 1, 2014
I’ve posted a number of images lie this before. It’s always interesting to see what they say. This one actually looks like it’s trying to help them meet their MU patient engagement requirements as much as it’s trying to explain the EHR implementation delay. I’ve seen quite a few of these signs in hospitals I’ve visited. Getting patients signed up on the portal is a challenging thing for hospitals.
— Kimberly George (@kimberlyanngeo) August 2, 2014
I need to dig into the direct primary care model a lot more, but it’s one of the really interesting alternative care models that’s worth watching.