Improve Patient Care with gloEMR

EMRs should help, not hurt, your practice and your patients. Many respondents to a new survey are worried that EMR implementation will lead to lower-quality care for their patients. But that doesn’t have to be the case. The 2011 National Physicians Survey, conducted in 2010 and updated in December 2010 and January 2011, surveyed 2,958 physicians across the country. The result: Many are concerned that privacy, security, and doctor-patient relationships could be negatively impacted by EMRs. Specifically, when asked about the impact of reform on patients, 58 percent of physicians said it would be negative. But that doesn’t have to be the case. gloEMR from gloStream is one of the most powerful and easy-to-use EMRs on the market today — and it helps, not hurts, your practice and your patients. With gloEMR, security isn’t a concern. Because gloEMR is built on the Microsoft Office platform, it provides you with control over your patient data, which will always be stored in Microsoft-based formats that are thoroughly tested and supported by thousands of technology partners worldwide. gloEMR also helps, not hinders, doctor-patient relationships. It features an intuitive dashboard, single-click access to all patient information, and integrated voice recognition technology — all of which work together to let you spend more time listening and diagnosing, and less time documenting. With gloStream’s dedication to data portability, commitment to the Microsoft Office platform, and user-friendly interface, you can rest assured that your investment in gloEMR is one that will help your patients. Contact us for more information. Related articles: 2011 National Physicians Survey EMRs should help, not hurt, your practice and your patients. Many respondents to a new survey are worried that EMR implementation will lead to lower-quality care for their patients. But that doesn’t have to be the case.

The 2011 National Physicians Survey, conducted in 2010 and updated in December 2010 and January 2011, surveyed 2,958 physicians across the country.

The result: Many are concerned that privacy, security, and doctor-patient relationships could be negatively impacted by EMRs. Specifically, when asked about the impact of reform on patients, 58 percent of physicians said it would be negative.

But that doesn’t have to be the case. gloEMR from gloStream is one of the most powerful and easy-to-use EMRs on the market todayand it helps, not hurts, your practice and your patients.

With gloEMR, security isn’t a concern. Because gloEMR is built on the Microsoft Office platform, it provides you with control over your patient data, which will always be stored in Microsoft-based formats that are thoroughly tested and supported by thousands of technology partners worldwide.

gloEMR also helps, not hinders, doctor-patient relationships. It features an intuitive dashboard, single-click access to all patient information, and integrated voice recognition technologyall of which work together to let you spend more time listening and diagnosing, and less time documenting.

With gloStream’s dedication to data portability, commitment to the Microsoft Office platform, and user-friendly interface, you can rest assured that your investment in gloEMR is one that will help your patients. Contact us for more information.

Related articles: 2011 National Physicians Survey

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