eHealth Technologies Blog

The Medical Record Retrieval Efficiency Checklist

February 25, 2019

eHealth Technologies Blog: Mark Lotman, Regional Vice President, eHealth Technologies Have you ever wondered if your medical record and image retrieval process for referred patients is doing all it can for your department? An inefficient process could be costing your department a Read More »

Best Practices for Cardiology Medical Record Retrieval

February 11, 2019

eHealth Technologies Blog: Rebecca Isaman, Director of Customer Success, eHealth Technologies As we enter heart month, it makes me reflect on the important work that eHealth Technologies is doing to support cardiology departments across the county. Heart disease effects so many Americans Read More »

Achieving Interoperability that Matters

December 10, 2018

eHealth Technologies Blog: Mark Lotman, Regional Vice President, eHealth Technologies Interoperability has long been the buzz in health care. EHR Intelligence reports that the 2017 AHA’s Information Technology Supplement Survey shows that 80% percent of hospitals can now send patient summary of Read More »

The Value of Clinically Organized Medical Records

November 27, 2018

eHealth Technologies blog: Michelle Donowsky, RT(T), Director of Clinical Optimization, eHealth Technologies As I travel the US and meet physicians with varying needs across multiple specialties, there is one common frustration that they all share; How can I quickly find the Read More »

Reflections on Being Named to the Rochester Top 100 List

November 5, 2018

eHealth Technologies Blog: Jeff Markin, CEO, eHealth Technologies eHealth Technologies, the leading provider of medical record/image retrieval and clinical intelligence services, placed 71st in the 2018 Rochester Chamber Top 100 list. Jeff Markin, CEO, reflects on being named to the list for Read More »

Combating Clinician Burnout

October 29, 2018

eHealth Technologies Blog: Steve Malta, Account Manager, eHealth Technologies It seems like every week I am either reading about new studies related to clinician burnout, or I’m talking with hospital department administrators about their challenges with clinician burnout. There’s no doubt Read More »