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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Electronic Medical Record Systems and Their Challenges

Electronic Medical Record Systems and Their Challenges

Electronic medical records are expected to improve quality care and care co-ordination, while also facilitating care provision across various healthcare facilities. A fully functional and useful EHR system is expected to provide updated working information regarding a patient. However, the EMR systems available at present are not completely able to rise up to the challenge … Continue reading Electronic Medical Record Systems and Their Challenges

How Improved Patient Access to their Medical Records Can Prove Useful

How Improved Patient Access to their Medical Records Can Prove Useful

Many physicians have inhibitions about allowing patients to access their own medical records online. The common fears include possible misuse of data, harm to patients/practice and increased workloads. However, these fears are largely unfounded because when patients are allowed to view their records online, it is more likely to improve patient experience, while also improving … Continue reading How Improved Patient Access to their Medical Records Can Prove Useful

Qualifying for Social Security Disability with an Anxiety Disorder Diagnosis

Qualifying for Social Security Disability with an Anxiety Disorder Diagnosis

Social Security’s definition of disability is “any medically determinable mental or medical impairment that has prevented an individual from performing substantial work for twelve months, is expected to prevent an individual from working for twelve continuous months, or is expected to end with death”. Certain chronic physical conditions lead to mental impairments such as anxiety … Continue reading Qualifying for Social Security Disability with an Anxiety Disorder Diagnosis

Medical Records are the Most Important Evidence in SSD Claims

Medical Records are the Most Important Evidence in SSD Claims

An individual is eligible for a social security disability claim if his/her physical or mental condition curtails them from being able to work. Social Security requires that the applicant’s disability is supported by medical records from the treating physician. Any decision made will be on the basis of the information contained in the medical records. … Continue reading Medical Records are the Most Important Evidence in SSD Claims