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About Lisa Eramo, MA

Lisa A. Eramo studied creative writing at Hamilton College and obtained a master’s degree in journalism from Northeastern University. Lisa has owned and solely operated her own freelance business since 2009, providing quality writing and editing services to clients primarily in the healthcare industry–and more specifically, in health information management. Lisa is a member of the American Health Information Management Association, Society of Professional Journalists, and the American Society of Journalists and Authors. Contact Lisa at [email protected] or https://lisaeramo.com/
Strategies for Successful EHR Adoption: Whom are You Training?

Strategies for Successful EHR Adoption: Whom are You Training?

by Lisa A. Eramo, MA (Adapted with permission: For The Record Vol. 30 No. 9 P. 22) An EHR conversion or implementation is a large undertaking. Consider these strategies to ensure success. Focus Training on End-User Needs and Workflows Although EHR vendors provide basic training, this education usually isn’t tailored to the specific needs of […]

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Strategies for Successful EHR Adoption: 4 Strategies to Consider When Setting Up Training

Strategies for Successful EHR Adoption: 4 Strategies to Consider When Setting Up Training

by Lisa A. Eramo, MA (Adapted with permission: For The Record Vol. 30 No. 9 P. 22) An EHR conversion or implementation is a large undertaking. Consider these 4 issues to consider when setting up training. Make Training Mandatory EHR training is no different than training on a new device for a surgical procedure, says […]

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Evaluating a Clinical Documentation Improvement Program – Five Evaluation Mistakes to Avoid

Evaluating a Clinical Documentation Improvement Program – Five Evaluation Mistakes to Avoid

Excerpted with Permission from For The Record January 2018, Vol. 30 No. 1 P. 14 by Lisa Eramo, MA According to HIM industry experts, health care organizations must be on the lookout for the following pitfalls when evaluating their clinical documentation improvement (CDI) programs. 1. Failure to Look Beyond the Data Data tell a story, […]

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