Archives for October 2010

Evolution of Office Space

Guest author Scott Perry,www.ATLOfficeSpace.com Historically, occupancy costs have always had a big effect on a company’s bottom line. Depending on how a company is structured, they are usually the second or third highest cost of operating a company, along with the workforce/personnel and IT.  With the changes in the economy from the rapid growth in technology, to the recession, how has the environment of the workspace changed over the last few years?  As businesses cut budgets, it has become more prevalent in almost every sector of the economy, that companies have made real estate decisions to help to reduce their expenditures. As someone who represents Tenants with their office leases, it has always been a part of my job to reduce my client’s occupancy costs. However, the role of advising clients with their office space has even more so today, developed into a consulting … [Read more...]

The three most costly mistakes to avoid when implementing your EHR

Our guest blogger is  John Macikowski, Director for Clinical Practice Solutions Inc., an authorized VAR and Implementation specialist for eClinicalWorks and Dragon Medical.  John has over 25 years of experience in the I.T. industry and has specialized in Healthcare Solutions for the past 6 years.  He can be reached at jmac@clinicalpracticesolutions.com or at 770-963-6965. 1) Not making sure that the EHR you choose meets all current Federal Meaningful Use guidelines.  This is perhaps the most important criteria.  Unless you are looking to retire from practice in the next few years, purchasing an EHR program that does not meet current Meaningful Use guidelines, or one that is unlikely to meet them in the future is a poor decision for your practice and can negatively impact you in the future in areas as diverse as compensation, product support, EHR and Health Exchange interoperability … [Read more...]