Afia believes the role of a consultant is well more than planning and implementation. It is to look forward and prepare you for what’s next.
Meaningful Use is a term set forth by the federal government to define a set of standards that illustrates the difference between simply having an electronic health record (EHR) system installed versus applying it to the benefit of an organization and the organization’s clients. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act) authorizes […]
Now that computers are a vital component of our everyday lives, it’s increasingly important that computer security is placed front and center on our list of priorities. In the healthcare world in particular, thoughts are often focused on saving someone’s life – not necessarily on securing access to interfaces and computer systems that store private […]
Determining the right EHR (Electronic Health Record) for your practice isn’t as easy as it sounds. Often times, putting in the right amount of leg work, research, and testing of the many different EHR Systems on the market is critical to finding the system that fits best for your practice’s needs. Available EHR Systems on […]
The internet is abuzz with the viral Comcast cable and internet service provider call that current AOL VP Ryan Block posted. The eight minute long recorded call features Block trying to cancel his service with a Comcast customer service representative. You can hear the call below (be prepared to be thoroughly frustrated as you listen). […]
One of the goals of Afia is to become national thought leaders in healthcare IT. Throughout April and May Afia will be presenting to the Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council (CBHC), National Council Annual Conference, Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards (MACMBH) , and the Mental Health Corporations of America (MHCA). So, what are we […]