Insight of a nurse comparing small office workflow to a large multiple physician office

For the last three days, my nurse has been training a float nurse.  It is extremely important to have a very competent and technologically fluent nurse available to fill in at a moments notice to minimize any disruption of care.  The advantage of one nurse managing the EHR, schedule, telephone, e-faxing, secure messaging, and scanner … More Insight of a nurse comparing small office workflow to a large multiple physician office

Very Grateful

I am an internist very pleased with working in a small primary care office, doing what I love to do.   I am not trying to sell anything nor do I work for either Amazing Charts or Updox.  I do however, out of gratitude, often discuss the resultant positive effects of both the EHR and … More Very Grateful

The rag

Ebb and flow, Behind the register greasing up the ones and fives, Washing windshields, oil checks, the pride of a paycheck, Waves of stark and moments of chaos, Fond memories of a time gone by.

When you see your health record for the first time

When would you rather see your record for the first time? In a big packet of papers, the words cold, clinical, unbending, difficult to understand.  Distant.  Questions develop, inaccuracies noted, how does one correct?  Frustration, calls to the office, time passes. I am of the opinion it is best to see your record for the … More When you see your health record for the first time