December 21, 2014
Health Information Exchange (HIE) – The Other Part of the Interoperable Electronic Health Record (EHR) Mandate
The underlying goals of the 2015 Interoperable EHR mandate are to coordinate client centered care, reduce costs, and improve quality of care for clients using best practices and research to inform treatment. An EHR has a number of components to support this, including clinical decision support to inform care providers in real time of best […]Read More
August 18, 2014
Worried About the Approaching Deadline to Adopt an EHR? Don’t Panic – Assess!
Still feeling uncertain about the idea of electronic health records and health information exchange? Feeling overwhelmed trying to figure out what to do? You’re not alone. Using technology to help in caring for our clients is not new, but the mandate for EHRs certainly brings about a huge shift in both our practices and in […]Read More
The Competence Paradox: Power, Privilege, and Professional Identity Development
The purpose of this article is to enlighten readers about the challenges emerging female therapists of color may experience. The Competence Paradox: Power, Privilege, and Professional Identity Development On my journey as a practicum marriage and family therapist (MFT) I have discovered that most interns’ challenges (myself included) are related to a dubious sense of […]Read More