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4May, 2017

The Future of EHR’s (Part 3)

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Part 1 of this series began with a reflection on the use, practicality, and future of Electronic Health Records (EHRs). For convenience in our discussion, we separated EHRs into two distinct categories: first, the EHRs primarily driven to produce documentation that supports the medical billing transaction, and the second category are those designed and driven to support high-end specialty practices, excluding hospital or acute care. Today, we find few EHRs solving the real-world problems faced by small and mid-size medical practices as most of the EHR companies have gone for the […]
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26Apr, 2017

The Future of EHR’s (Part 2)

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The first part of this series of blogs began to question the use, practicality, and the future of Electronic Health Records (EHRs). We purposely separated EHRs into two distinct categories for purposes of this discussion: the first category are EHRs designed to primarily drive and produce documentation to support a medical billing transaction, and the second category are those designed and driven to support high-end specialty practices. In a future series of blogs, we will discuss why nearly 70% penetration of EHRs into the U.S. healthcare system still have not […]
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25Apr, 2017

The Future of EHR’s (Part 1)

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Over the last two years, we have dedicated this blog to national and international general healthcare issues. We have attempted to highlight how fundamental changes in payer models, demographics, and how health information technology is converging to cause both problems and corresponding opportunities. Over the last six years, we have witnessed hundreds of billions of U.S. dollars invested in new, and in most cases, short-lived, unfunctional and time-consuming electronic healthcare records. We have witnessed hundreds of fortune seekers enter the industry, with the passage of the U.S. government mandates, thinking […]
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4Apr, 2017

Seven Solutions to Healthcare Reform (Part 7 of 7)

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To those that have endured our entire Seven Solutions to Healthcare Reformseries, I thank you. I will confirm President Trump’s statement was 100% correct, “healthcare is complicated.” Healthcare is so complicated, that President Trump is one of eighteen other United States Presidents who have tried to expand, reform or fix healthcare in America – totaling over more than 100 years. Therefore, if we tried to talk about healthcare reform in an abbreviated basis, seven blogs were the least we could do. As a teaser in our last blog, we mentioned that, […]
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23Mar, 2017

Seven Solutions to Healthcare Reform (Part 6 of 7)

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The sixth blog of our seven-blog series will detail the proposed changes that’s needed to the U.S. Healthcare System as part of Healthcare Reform for the 21st Century. Based on experience, we believe that each our seven key suggestions are equally weighted in importance therefore, it would be hard for us to decide which one is most important. Additionally, we still don’t believe that meaningful healthcare reform can be done in one, two, or even four years. The right plan for the population would likely take a decade therefore, it is far […]
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10Mar, 2017

Seven Solutions to Healthcare Reform (Part 5 of 7)

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In the past four editions of this series, we explored the opportunity for using updated technology as a solution to the ever-increasing cost of healthcare. Within the second segment, we discussed providing consumers access to their information, in order to enable them to take more control of their own health and well-being, rather than the information and data existing in the mainframes and server farms of large insurance companies. The third issue we analyzed, was using technology to empower the patient to assume more control of their health. We proposed […]
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14Feb, 2017

Seven Solutions to Healthcare Reform (Part 4 of 7)

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In the past three editions of this blog series, we discussed the opportunity we have in healthcare to use more technology to solve the ever-increasing cost of healthcare. In the second blog, we discussed what to do with accessing that information, not only in the mainframes and server farms of large insurance companies, but also by providing consumers access to their data so they can take control of their own health and well-being. In our third blog, we discussed how actually using technology to put the patient in control of […]
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25Jan, 2017

Seven Solutions to Healthcare Reform (Part 3 of 7)

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In the previous two parts of the Seven Solutions to Healthcare Reform, we discussed the opportunity we have in healthcare to use more technology to solve the ever increasing cost of healthcare. Several blogs ago, we pointed out that healthcare was ranked next to last place of the top 10 industries in America – that is of course if you measure the investment in technology-dollars per employee. Only, the food-processing industry came in last place. However, we have not seen any updated reports. We would hope that healthcare would have […]
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12Jan, 2017

MediXall Group, Inc. Now Trading on OTCQB Under Symbol MDXL

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Quantum Innovations, Inc. and PWeR® provide assistance in the formation of a new type of healthcare incubator, based in South Florida. This information is republished as mater of record only.  Jan 10, 2017 OTC Disclosure & News Service MediXall Group, Inc. Now Trading on OTCQB Under Symbol MDXL FT. LAUDERDALE, FL–(Marketwired – Jan 10, 2017) – MediXall Group Inc., (OTCQB: MDXL), a technology and innovation-driven organization purposefully designed and structured to bring effective change to the U.S. healthcare industry, is pleased to announce that it has completed a merger and […]
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6Jan, 2017

The Seven Solutions (Part 2)

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We enter the New Year with optimism for healthcare, and we continue with our series of potential healthcare reform ideas for the post ObamaCare era. We still believe that ObamaCare will effectively be replaced in the next couple of years. Additionally, we hope that many aspects of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA or ObamaCare) will survive. However, we are convinced that we need more than a new ACA. The ACA has practically done nothing to control cost, nor have they made healthcare in the U.S. more consumer friendly. […]
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