Monthly Archives: January 2013

Ambulatory EHR Adoption: Success vs Failure

January 21st, 2013|

In a New York Times article, In Second Look, Few Savings From Digital Health Records, Dr. David Blumenthal expresses his thoughts on the current struggles the US health care system is facing with the successful adoption of the EHR:

Technology “is only a tool,” said Blumenthal. “Like any tool, it can be used well or […]

Transition: Navigating the rough seas of healthcare…

January 4th, 2013|

Healthcare… a big, broad term with so many things falling under its umbrella. Whether you work in it as a physician, insurance provider, billing professional, administrator, technician, nurse, consultant, attorney, etc… whatever your role may be, we are all seeing and feeling the rough seas ahead. Some would say happily that there has been […]

Concierge Medicine – Off the grid…

January 3rd, 2013|

Bloomberg published an article that asked the question “Is Concierge Medicine the Future of Healthcare.”  If you ask the physicians at Atlas MD, they will tell you that they found the “fix” for healthcare (at least for themselves).

Josh Umbehr, MD says about his service at Atlas MD, “We are $10 for kids and $50 […]