POSP Educational Series - Episode 1: Choosing an EMR
May 11, 2010
Change can be difficult and transitioning to a new electronic medical record (EMR) solution is no exception. This podcast will explain what services are available from POSP to help you in the decision-making process and also preparing to implement your EMR.
POSP Educational Series - Episode 2: Transitioning from an Earlier Version of an EMR to a Complete EMR Solution
May 25, 2010
What can you expect in transitioning from a prior version of an electronic medical record (EMR) solution to a qualified service provider EMR solution? This podcast will help you understand best approaches to be successful in the transition, the benefits of an application service provider vs. local servers and how EMR performance is maintained as demand grows.
POSP Educational Series - Episode 3: Using EMRs to Support Chronic Disease Management
September 7, 2010
Electronic medical records (EMRs) enable care providers in a clinic to work together to support the development of complete care plans. Using templates in EMRs and having the ability to customize for individual patients is important. In this podcast, the focus is thinking about EMRs as tools to support team-based approaches to chronic disease management.
POSP Educational Series - Episode 4: Using EMRs to Achieve Meaningful Use
July 20, 2010
Having systematic access to patient information can lead to improved patient care by the use of metrics and reporting. Care providers can access their own care information and can set goals in patient care to be monitored and measured. By having measurable improvements in workflow and efficiencies you can support improved patient care.
POSP Educational Series - Episode 5: Converting from Paper to Electronic Medical Records
August 26, 2010
Discussing lessons learned during a transition from a paper-based clinic to an electronic medical record (EMR) with the Executive Director of the Calgary Weight Management Centre, Karim Bhaloo. The majority of issues encountered are similar to those practices that are going through the same transition preparation. These lessons learned will help others in the same situation and will provide key tips on the transition.
POSP Educational Series - Episode 6: Using an EMR Effectively During the Patient Encounter
September 13, 2010
To use electronic medical records (EMRs) effectively during patient encounters physicians must consider how it may effect interactions, what forms work, e.g., tablet computers, and are there alternative ways to effectively take clinical notes. This podcast will help you understand the transition onto an EMR and using the EMR during patient encounters and other interactions.
POSP Educational Series - Episode 7: Preparing for Data Migration Before Transitioning to a New EMR
September 27, 2010
For those upgrading from an existing electronic medical record (EMR) to a new system, this podcast will help answer questions about data migration, time and effort into moving, who feels the effects with select data and how to prepare data to ensure smooth data migration and EMR transition.
POSP Educational Series - Episode 8: Creating a Collaborative Practice Culture Conducive to Successful EMR Implementation and Use
October 14, 2010
This podcast is about developing a collaborative culture in a practice when implementing an electronic medical record. Individual practices have established relationships and team cultures, this episode will discuss optimal ways to react appropriately to the change.
POSP Educational Series - Episode 9: Implementing Your First EMR and Advancing Toward Meaningful Use
November 22, 2010
When implementing an electronic medical record (EMR), a consistent communication practice is key to making this process as smooth as possible. Achieving meaningful use with an EMR isn't difficult with some key steps and practices.
POSP Educational Series - Episode 10: Understanding the Business Value of an EMR
November 30, 2010
(Length 09:15) The final episode in this educational series, this podcast will help explain the business values and cases for implementing an electronic medical record.