Tag Archives: EMR
Posted on30. Apr, 2014 by Shirley Corsey.
Okay my fellow Electronic Medical/Health Records (EMR/EHR) professionals, this “day” has finally arrived for us! This blog title is an actual EMR job specification I was alerted about last week. I believe this trend for more and more EMR/EHR remote work opportunities will continue for many reasons. Generally Health IT industry jobs like recruiters, interface analyst, and medical billers/coders […]
Posted on15. May, 2013 by Joe Lavelle.
Amid the destruction and the terror that took place at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, there was nothing greater than the exhibitions of human kindness and courage that we were privileged to witness both that day and in the days that followed. Medics and ordinary citizens rushing into a smoky […]
Posted on06. May, 2013 by Joe Lavelle.
With celebrations around our country for Earth Day just barely in our rear-view mirrors, many of you probably can share examples of how the care taking of our planet was discussed in your community organizations, in your office, or at your child’s school. But, it’s not just a holiday designated some forty years ago that […]
Posted on12. Apr, 2013 by Carter Groome.
“Market softness” can mean so many things depending on your perspective. From an IT consultant’s viewpoint, you may be told that the market is soft if your employer does not have new engagements for you. Yes, I see the lights slowly coming up and last call from behind the bar on the big EMR implementation […]
Posted on01. Apr, 2013 by Shirley Corsey.
68 college basketball teams meet, 67 games will be played, but only one team will win the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship! The 2013 NCAA Men’s Division I basketball tournament is underway! The Final Four games are April 6. The National Championship game is April 8th. So what’s your NCAA “Bracket” looking like? The NCAA “Final […]
Posted on28. Mar, 2013 by Joe Lavelle.
So, you have heard that Health IT is a booming field and those who show great interest in your future financial security, like your parents or your spouse, have been urging you to consider joining its ranks. You have to admit, though, that the idea of staring at computers and breaking a person’s complex medical […]
Posted on25. Jul, 2011 by Shirley Corsey.
Dear Cassie Thiessen: I just completed reading your post Patient Health IT Observations and Thanks to Nurses! …Kudos to you Cassie regarding this salute to nurses! You have inspired me to spend a couple hours this morning in writing this blog (also related to thanking nurses, but from my perspective as a “non-clinical” Healthcare IT (EMR) […]
Posted on07. Mar, 2011 by Joe Lavelle.
Like many of you I am sure , I have spent most of the time that I allocate for personal education getting smart on the intricacies of ARRA and EMR adoption. I could not wait to start writing this post to let you all know about THE BEST book that I have read on the topic.
Posted on22. Sep, 2010 by Shirley Corsey.
Currently I’m part of an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Implementation staff for which we are implementing Epic® Systems, Inc. EMR for several Ambulatory specialty clinics such as Cardiology, Surgery, and Orthopedics. Our staff consists of project managers, clinicians, IT staff, experienced EMR vendor certified consultants such as me, as well as recently certified full-time employees…believe me we […]
Posted on19. Feb, 2010 by Shirley Corsey.
Welcome to My EMR Road Warrior Journal, read about experiences I have endured over these past six years as a traveling Certified EMR Consultant. How would you respond to the questions posed above? Before you answer, make sure you really know your true worth in today’s Healthcare Information Technology (IT) job market. Before you reply to […]