In an authored piece for the AMGA flagship publication, Group Practice Journal, our Vice President of Product Management and Solutions Jamie Clifton asks readers to imagine that if healthcare were like popular music, most current EMR implementations could be compared to Top 40 radio, as they focus on nothing but the latest hits. Although these hits may work in the music industry, clinicians need more than the ‘hits’ to fully understand and diagnose their patients. Clifton goes on to write how adopting an independent clinical archive (ICA) brings that disparate information into one central repository, translated into a healthcare data standards-based format to give clinicians a clearer, more comprehensive patient record while still using the same workflows.

To read Clifton’s complete article, visit the AMGA website to see how you can receive your copy of Clifton’s Group Practice Journal article.

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