About: Evan Steele

Evan Steele is the CEO of the electronic health record (EHR) company SRSsoft and creator of EMR Straight Talk. In 1997, facing significant problems with organizing and managing critical patient data and lacking an available, user-friendly electronic medical record software solution, he created the SRS EHR, the flagship product of SRS.

About Evan Steele

Evan Steele is the CEO of the electronic health record (EHR) company SRSsoft and creator of EMR Straight Talk. In 1997, facing significant problems with organizing and managing critical patient data and lacking an available, user-friendly electronic medical record software solution, he created the SRS EHR, the flagship product of SRS.

Proposed SGR Doc Fix – It’s Different This Time

Proposed SGR Doc Fix – It’s Different This Time

Evan Steele shares how the SGR Doc Fix will create a new MIPS payment system that would rely heavily on quality measurement, data sharing, and interoperability. Year after year, physicians live for months with the uncertainty and angst of threatened, often draconian, Medicare reimbursement cuts born out of the Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) budgeting formula.  […]

Test Your Meaningful Use IQ – Stage 2 and 2014

Test Your Meaningful Use IQ – Stage 2 and 2014

It’s not too early to start learning about Meaningful Use Stage 2, test your basic knowledge by taking this quiz. 

Meaningful Use Stage 3 Horizon

Breathing Room for Meaningful Use Stage 3 Appears on the Horizon

Amid the abundant (and yet unanswered) pleas from all quarters to extend or delay Stage 2 comes some potential good news about the scheduling of Meaningful Use Stage 3: It’s becoming clearer and clearer that Stage 3 won’t start for anyone before 2017—at the earliest.

How Much More Evidence Does CMS Need?

The Metastasizing Complexity of Templated EHR Exam Notes

If physicians are struggling with templated EHR exam notes now, their problems are bound to be exacerbated as EHRs layer more and more levels of complexity. 

How Much More Evidence Does CMS Need?

How Much More Evidence Does CMS Need? Physicians Find Meaningful Use Too Complex

What more evidence does CMS need to prove that physicians simply find meaningful use too complex, too time-consuming, and too costly?

The Meaningful Use Train Is Simply Moving Too Fast

The Meaningful Use Train Is Simply Moving Too Fast

The meaningful use train is simply moving too fast, and the future success of the program depends on an application of the brakes.

Meaningful Use Dropout Rate Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg

The 17% Meaningful Use Dropout Rate Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg

To clearly address the meaningful use dropout rate and ensure the ongoing success of meaningful use, the government must reduce the program’s complexity.

Meaningful Use Dropout Rate at a Staggering 17%

Meaningful Use Dropout Rate at a Staggering 17%

Here’s an alarming fact: the meaningful use dropout rate is already 17%.

Physicians Spooked by Failure Stories—EHR Adoption Suffers

Physicians Spooked by Failure Stories—EHR Adoption Suffers

Evan Steele, CEO of EHR company SRSsoft discuss how physicians are spooked by EHR failure stories causing long-term EHR adoption rates to suffer.

Stage 2 Meaningful Use Is A Game Changer for Specialists

Stage 2 Meaningful Use Is A Game Changer for Specialists

Evan Steele, CEO of EHR company SRSsoft discuss how specialists will the be greatest beneficiaries of Stage 2 Meaningful Use. 

Page 1 of 212