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The Benefits of Building Your Own Website

July 18, 2014
Happy Medical Professional

In today's increasingly digital world, it is crucial for every medical practice to have an informative, customized website. However, most doctors and health practitioners find the prospect of building their website daunting. The truth is, building your own website is simpler than ever. Here are some of the most important benefits of building your own...  read more


5 Reasons Why Your Practice Needs a New Site Right Now

June 30, 2014
Happy Medical Professional

There are many advantages to creating a new site using the Dr. Leonardo webuilding tool. Don’t feel tied down to your old, outdated site — Dr. Leonardo even allows you to keep your current domain name! Why You Should Get a New Website: 1) Keep Up with Technology Does your practice’s current site allow you...  read more


HIPAA Snippets: New Videos Aim to Clarify Regulations

June 30, 2014
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Whether you are a physician with an established online reputation or are using the Dr. Leonardo webuilder to create your practice’s first official website, you are most likely already aware that there are federal regulations in place to help you monitor your practice’s digital presence. These terms are included in the Health Insurance Portability and...  read more


Which Medicals Fields Are Embracing EHRs?

June 30, 2014
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Although the federal government is calling for physicians across all medical fields to make the change from paper files to electronic health records (EHR), there’s a significant difference in which specialties are adapting to this change and which are falling behind. The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, which was enacted...  read more


How Does Your Site Look on Prospective Patients' Mobile Devices?

June 23, 2014

A new survey done by Google found that more than half of smartphone and mobile device users conducted searches for local businesses at least several times a week. Most often, consumers searched for local business information on their mobile devices while at home, at work and while on the go, according to the survey, which was...  read more


Keeping Up with Changes Regarding Electronic Medical Records

June 23, 2014

Has your practice already incorporated an electronic medical records (EMR) or electronic health records (EHR) into your work flow? Keep in mind that is this not a “set it and forget it” type of adjustment. Read on to find out how you can stay on top of EHR guideline changes. Because the adoption of EHR...  read more



Will Proposed Extensions to EHR Incentive Plans Impact Your Practice?

June 16, 2014

From large hospitals to small practices, healthcare providers in the medical field have gradually been making the transition from paper to electronic records. With the possibility of losing financial incentives or receiving fines if they do not make the switch to digital within the allowed timeframe, many physicians are requesting an extension. The Centers for...  read more


90% of Young Adults Trust Medical Info They See on Social Media

June 16, 2014

Be careful of what medical information you post on your social media accounts! Ninety percent of 18 to 24-year-olds said they would trust medical information shared by others in their social media networks, according to a recent PwC Health Research Institute survey. These findings underline the importance of posting accurate, precise and easy to understand...  read more


Digital Medical Records: Myths about Health Data Sharing

June 16, 2014

As a growing number of hospitals as well as small independent practices continue to make the shift from a tradition paper recordkeeping system to electronic medical records (EMR) and electronic health records (EHR), there is some confusion over what going digital entails. Here Are the Top Three Myths about Electronic Health Records: 1) Making Data...  read more