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The inaugural eCW Podcast features Adam Siladi, as the eCW Podcast Host, and Elizabeth Schreiner, Meaningful Use Consultant, discussing Meaningful Use (MU), insight into some of the upcoming adjustments for 2014, and finally they catch up on the common changes missed in 2013. Also touched upon are each stage of MU, overall benefits, and a reminder about the past March 31st deadline for the Medicare reporting. 

During the podcast, Schreiner explains how many jokingly use the phrase "meaningless use" when referring to Meaningful Use, as the majority of practices have a fear of adopting EHRs. She explains why the word "meaningless" should be, in fact, the last word used to describe Meaningful Use. Once a practice experiences the advantages from the program, it is always delighted with the outcome for both the providers and patients. She strongly recommends every eligible practice take advantage of the program, outlining how the incentives include only provided money and, more generally, improving health outcomes. For additional assistance, audit documents are available on the support portal.

Direct download: eCW_Podcast-Episode_231_Meaningful_Use.mp4
Category:technology -- posted at: 4:31pm EST

For the 8th eCW Podcast episode, our hosts – Adam Siladi, Aaron Ibrahimi, Erin Sullivan and Greg Cusato – sat down to recap the first seven episodes. Throughout the podcast, the team recounts many amusing moments during filming, and the obvious thrills of traveling. The majority of the humorous instances come from overcoming the initial learning curve of starting a podcast series from scratch. And they take note of how they learned from providers who have found ways to be more efficient while using eClinicalWorks.

Direct download: eCW-Podcast_Episode_238-_Mid-Season_Recap.mp4
Category:technology -- posted at: 4:30pm EST

In the seventh eCW Podcast, host Adam Siladi conducts a follow-up Meaningful Use (MU) podcast with Kathryn Johnson, an internal Meaningful Use expert, discussing the specifics of meeting Stage 2 requirements with eClinicalWorks. During this episode, Kathryn discusses tips and tricks, and outlines specifics in order for eCW users to easily meet the MU Stage 2 requirements.

Direct download: eCW_Podcast_Episode_237_Meaningful_Use-Part_2.mp4
Category:technology -- posted at: 4:30pm EST

Accessing and managing care anytime, anywhere, and putting the patient in control of their health was the thought-provoking topic for the sixth eCW Podcast. The episode featured Dr. St. Claire, from St. Claire Medical, who spoke at great length about his initiatives to keep patients engaged in their health.

Direct download: eCW_Podcast_Episode_236_Patient_Engagement.mp4
Category:technology -- posted at: 4:24pm EST

The second eCW Podcast features Aaron Ibrahimi, eCW host, who discusses eClinicalMobile with Dr. Michael Dominguez from HealthTexas Medical Group. Dr. Dominquez educates our listeners about how this remarkable technology has improved his practice. A beta client for eClinicalMobile since 2009, Dr. Dominguez has thoroughly enjoyed having real-time access to vital information when away from the office. Overall, the app has improved his productivity, as he now has 24/7 access to the eClinicalWorks EMR in the office.

Direct download: eCW_Podcast_Episode_232_eClinicalMobile.mp4
Category:technology -- posted at: 4:22pm EST

In the fifth episode of the eCW Podcast, host Adam Siladi sat down with Dr. Mark Vaughan and Dr. Gawayne Vaughan, better known as the Dr. Vaughans, from Auburn Medical Group. The three spoke about the use of the ever popular Patient Portal at the practice.

Direct download: eCW_Podcast_Episode_235_Patient_Portal.mp4
Category:technology -- posted at: 4:20pm EST

We welcome Dr. Nemishh Mehta and Dr. Shilpa Mehta, from Bear Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, Newark, Delaware, for the third eCW Podcast. These long-time users (2004) of eClinicalWorks discuss how the EHR has helped to improve their Internal Medicine and Pediatric practice. The intuitively designed solution was easy to learn and allowed for development of specialty-specific tools and templates.

Direct download: eCW_Podcast_Episode_233_Internal_Medicine.mp4
Category:technology -- posted at: 4:17pm EST

The fourth eCW Podcast features Dr. Daren Wu, the Chief Medical Doctor at Open Door Family Medical Center, discussing his experience working at the community health center. Providing quality and affordable healthcare to the Hudson River Community, Open Door has nine locations and 78 providers, serving over 40,000 active patients, with over 200,000 visits annually.

Direct download: eCW_Podcast_Episode_234_Community_Health_Centers.mp4
Category:technology -- posted at: 2:54pm EST

In the seventh eCW Podcast, host Adam Siladi conducts a follow-up Meaningful Use (MU) podcast with Kathryn Johnson, an internal Meaningful Use expert, discussing the specifics of meeting Stage 2 requirements with eClinicalWorks. During this episode, Kathryn discusses tips and tricks, and outlines specifics in order for eCW users to easily meet the MU Stage 2 requirements.

Direct download: EP7.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 2:52pm EST

Accessing and managing care anytime, anywhere, and putting the patient in control of their health was the thought-provoking topic for the sixth eCW Podcast. The episode featured Dr. St. Claire, from St. Claire Medical, who spoke at great length about his initiatives to keep patients engaged in their health.

Direct download: EP6.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 2:51pm EST

In the fifth episode of the eCW Podcast, host Adam Siladi sat down with Dr. Mark Vaughan and Dr. Gawayne Vaughan, better known as the Dr. Vaughans, from Auburn Medical Group. The three spoke about the use of the ever popular Patient Portal at the practice.

Direct download: EP5.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 2:51pm EST

The fourth eCW Podcast features Dr. Daren Wu, the Chief Medical Doctor at Open Door Family Medical Center, discussing his experience working at the community health center. Providing quality and affordable healthcare to the Hudson River Community, Open Door has nine locations and 78 providers, serving over 40,000 active patients, with over 200,000 visits annually.

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Direct download: EP4.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 2:50pm EST

We welcome Dr. Nemishh Mehta and Dr. Shilpa Mehta, from Bear Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, Newark, Delaware, for the third eCW Podcast. These long-time users (2004) of eClinicalWorks discuss how the EHR has helped to improve their Internal Medicine and Pediatric practice. The intuitively designed solution was easy to learn and allowed for development of specialty-specific tools and templates.

Direct download: EP3.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 2:50pm EST

The second eCW Podcast features Aaron Ibrahimi, eCW host, who discusses eClinicalMobile with Dr. Michael Dominguez from HealthTexas Medical Group. Dr. Dominquez educates our listeners about how this remarkable technology has improved his practice. A beta client for eClinicalMobile since 2009, Dr. Dominguez has thoroughly enjoyed having real-time access to vital information when away from the office. Overall, the app has improved his productivity, as he now has 24/7 access to the eClinicalWorks EMR in the office.

Direct download: EP2_Mobile_Final2.wav
Category:technology -- posted at: 2:49pm EST

The inaugural eCW Podcast features Adam Siladi, as the eCW Podcast Host, and Elizabeth Schreiner, Meaningful Use Consultant, discussing Meaningful Use (MU). They offer insight into some of the upcoming adjustments for 2014, and catch up on the common changes missed in 2013. Also touched upon are each stage of MU, overall benefits, and a reminder about the past March 31 deadline for Medicare reporting.

Direct download: MU_PODCAST_EP1_final_AUDIO.wav
Category:technology -- posted at: 2:47pm EST

For the 8th eCW Podcast episode our hosts, Adam Siladi, Aaron Ibrahimi, Erin Sullivan and Greg Cusato sat down to recap the first seven episodes. Throughout the podcast, the team recounts many amusing moments during filming and the obvious thrills of traveling. The majority of the humorous instances come from overcoming the initial learning curve of starting a podcast series from scratch. Each also notes learning various efficiencies providers have experienced while utilizing eClinicalWorks.

Direct download: EP8.mp3
Category:technology -- posted at: 1:47pm EST

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