Katie writes about health information technology, particularly electronic medical records. She has a background in sustainable development and has lived in four different countries in the past five years, and is happy to be taking root in Austin, Texas. Katie graduated from Yale University with a degree in American Studies.
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For this Earth Day–April 22nd–the designated theme is “Mobilize the Earth.” Why should physicians play a role in joining this commitment? Health benefits abound that are linked to engagement with the Earth’s natural environment. So do the health risks posed to this environment today by human development.
“Women are the people who, in bringing health issues to the forefront, are pushing healthcare reform and access while also bringing attention to important issues like maternal mortality.” Moms who are blogging, tweeting and sharing online about health issues are a powerful force for change.
Based on observations made as more practices transition to EHRs, billing service providers should view EHR-related assistance services as a way to generate new revenue streams while strengthening ties with clients. Here are five steps billing service companies can take to seize the opportunity.
How can a doctor make her practice stand out on the Internet? One way is to get on Google+, the search giant’s new social network. Using Google+ is an easy, quick and free way to improve the likelihood your name will come up when people are searching for topics related to your specialty.
Women are responsible for making the health care decisions for their children in 80% of families, according to a 2010 report by the Kaiser Family Foundation. So it’s surprising we women are underrepresented in the world of health IT–one of the most important segments of health care.