Monthly Archives: October 2011

ECLIPSE, SQL & ODBC: Under the Hood

From 1985 through 1999, ECLIPSE had a proprietary database – designed by me. Performance was as much as 1000 times faster than competitive products. (I received research credit for some of these innovations as part of my graduate studies in computer … Continue reading

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Meaningful Use Certifications: Don’t Get Hoodwinked

ECLIPSE became certified for Stage I as a Complete EHR on July 28th, 2011. We began providing clients with all the tools and information they’d need for compliance way back in January 2011… to ensure they’d meet the October 1st, 2011 deadline. And … Continue reading

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Keeping in touch between visits

One of the myriad items that differentiate practices with high patient retention rates is how physicians interact with patients between office visits. Doctors can & do take technologies to such extremes that they de-personalize the patient. For example, do you … Continue reading

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Meaningful Use Myths

Meaningful Use misinformation seems to accrue on a regular basis. I’ll try to regularly update this area as these questions arise. Some are already answered as separate blog entries in this category. Myth: The attestation process is difficult and most health care providers … Continue reading

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