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Computers in Psychiatric Practice

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Financial Incentives to Adopt an EHR, or How to Claim Your $44,000

Most of you have probably heard about “meaningful use” and federal incentives to get going with an electronic health record. But how applicable is this for psychiatrists?

Which Electronic Health Record Should You Buy? A Review of Three Products [Subscribers Only]

TCPR, January 2012, Electronic Health Records

There are a lot of electronic health record (EHR—also called electronic medical record, or EMR) companies vying for your hard earned cash. How do you decide among them?

Websites of Use for Patients

Tired of telling patients to go to WebMD.com or…yawn…NIMH.nih.gov

for their Internet information needs? Here are some alternatives that will probably keep your patients a little more engaged, and as a result, more educated.

Research Update

Text Messaging Effective for Appointment Reminders

No one seems to be without a cell phone these days, so it only makes sense that we should start using these devices to carry out tasks that we used to do in a more “old-fashioned” way.

Can Instant Messaging Enhance Treatment Outcomes?

Whether you see your patients quarterly, monthly, or even weekly, you certainly are not with them as much as their cell phones are.

Expert QA

Pros and Cons of Adopting an Electronic Health Record

The biggest policy issue related to EHRs is the financial incentives offered by the government.

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Which Electronic Health Record Should You Buy? A Review of Three Products

The Carlat Report - Electronic Medical Records

There are a lot of electronic health record (EHR—also called electronic medical record, or EMR) companies vying for your hard earned cash. How do you decide among them?