Letter from the Editor-in-Chief

Help Support the ME-P

You were among of the first; the early adopters if you will. You saw the troubling state of healthcare, medical economics, private practice and the financial services community in our country.

And, you believed in the ME-P and our “new-wave” brand of informed and collaborative investigative journalism to do something about it.

Our History

For the last three years, the ME-P has played the role of educator, watchdog and advocate for medical practice management and financial planning transparency, scrutinizing powerful people, systems and institutions that would prefer to stay out of the spotlight, highlighting the fine print that might otherwise slip past cash-strapped physicians and their consulting advisors.

As newsrooms across the country contract, in-depth investigations are viewed as a luxury that many print publications can’t afford. Journalists are getting kicked off their beats. And, when they do, we are there to help pick up the virtual baton.

The Pioneers

We’re pioneering a new, no-profit e-model, helping spearhead a movement to reinvigorate investigative and non-clinical healthcare administrative and business journalism in this country.

But, we need the support of our most loyal readers – concerned members of the healthcare industrial complex, like you – to spread the word about our mission. If you value our investigations and essays, you will tell five colleagues about the ME-P, today.

Participatory Power

You’ll see our stories in your inbox every day, so you know the types of issues we’re tackling. Our reporting speaks for itself – but we need your help to get the word out about where it’s coming from. We need your participation and collaboration to tell your colleagues.

Our Request

I’ll bet you believe in the power of investigative journalism just as much as I do. So, please tell five [5] of your colleagues that they can stay on the leading edge of the groundbreaking stories that shine a light on the unbiased nexus of medical practice and financial planning, in plain English.

Assessment

In the modern Health 2.0 era, our goal is to “bridge the gap between medical mission and profit margin.”     

Join the ME-P Nation today … and tell us what you think!   Thank you for standing up for investigative healthcare journalism. Thank you for supporting the Medical Executive-Post. Now go; please tell five [5 … or more] colleagues to subscribe. It’s fast, free and secure.

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Why eMRs Won’t Improve Patient Care or Reduce Costs

Deus Ex Machina – NOT

By Staff Reporters

Question

Have electronic medical records made a difference in patient care?

Answer

According to a new study looking at the digital medical record adoption of 3,000 hospitals, electronic records have made little difference in healthcare costs or the quality of medical care.

Assessment

That’s discouraging, considering that the government is investing billions of dollars into the technology.  

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Our Other Print Books and Related Information Sources:

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Physician Financial Planning: http://www.jbpub.com/catalog/0763745790

Medical Risk Management: http://www.jbpub.com/catalog/9780763733421

Healthcare Organizations: www.HealthcareFinancials.com

Health Administration Terms: www.HealthDictionarySeries.com

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