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  • Survey: Charging patients for EHR access may violate HIPAA

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    Source: iHealthbeat Many providers are charging patients for access to their electronic health records, with the price varying by provider, according to a survey published by the American Health Information Management Association, Modern Healthcare reports. The survey, which was conducted by Texas State University professor Kim Murphy-Abdouch, included responses from 313 executives across several different health care settings, including:...

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  • Why physicians are increasingly drawn to clinical apps

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    Source: Healthcare Dive Like many of his physician peers, Fort Myers, FL-based pediatrician Ilan Shapiro would spend several hours a week outside of the exam room scoring lengthy paper-based surveys which screen school-age patients for ADHD and ADD. So when he heard about a mobile app that would allow him to go from countless hours per week to just...

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  • Masonicare chooses Atom Live for their dictation platform

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    Masonicare, of Wallingford, Connecticut, is the state’s leading provider of healthcare and retirement living communities for seniors. They are not-for-profit and have more than 100 years of experience behind them. They’re recognized for the quality, compassionate care and steadfast support they provide to their residents and patients. CHALLENGE When Masonicare decided to move their transcription work in house, they...

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  • Lawyers using technology like dictation for greater efficiency

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    Source: Lawfuel.co.nz Using technology for litigators is something that can make litigation simpler, faster and easier. Take what you can do with mobile devices and dictation systems, for instance. The reality is that lawyers increasingly use all manner of technology from their iPhones to iPads and laptops and they use them to generate a wide variety of service benefits...

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  • RJ Transcription: An Atom Live Success Story

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    Rebecca Jorde, of RJ Transcription, is a veteran in the medical transcription industry. She has been doing transcription work since 1993. Rebecca transcribes for 7 authors from 4 different facilities which made Atom Live for her, the perfect system since it can accommodate users from all over the United States. CHALLENGE When Rebecca came to TranscriptionGear, she was looking...

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