Monthly Archives: September 2009

Going Live With A EMR is as Easy as Jumping Out of an Airplane

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Whenever I need help thinking outside the box I call on Dave Hubbard. For example, a few months ago I was trying to think of a good analogy to workflow in a medical office and Dave and I ended up co-writing about similarities between football plays and medical workflow. It’s been a popular [...]

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Web Stats, A Bigger and Better Website, and the Future of Pediatric and Primary Care EMRs

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Our new website for the High-Usability EncounterPRO Pediatric EMR Workflow System is just a bit more than a month old and we are pleased.
Some Recent Web Statistics
Before we published our new content I checked our search engine result position on Google and we did not appear on any of the first 10 search [...]

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Visit Us at Booth 1543 (See Map) During The Upcoming American Academy of Pediatrics Show in DC

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American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference & Exhibition
Oct 17-20, 2009
Washington Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Pl NW
Washington DC

View a live demo of the EncounterPRO Pediatric EMR Workflow System at booth 1543 (directions to booth below).

Exhibit Hall Hours
Saturday, October 17 12:15 pm – 4:00 pm
Sunday, October 18 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Monday, October 19 8:00 [...]

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Interruptions, Usability and EMR Workflow

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An interruption–is there anything more dreaded than, just when you are beginning to experience optimal flow, a higher priority task interrupts your concentration. This is ironic, since so much of work-a-day ambulatory medicine is essentially interrupt-driven (to borrow from computer terminology, see also). Unexpected higher priority tasks and emergencies *should* interrupt lower priority [...]

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