Evident Blog

  • Evident Effects: EHR and Continuity of Care

    Healthcare is a different journey for every patient, whether they’re the pinnacle of health or someone battling to manage a chronic condition. A comprehensive record of this journey is integral to informed healthcare decisions. Electronic health records (EHR) present a complete picture of patient data — because better outcomes tomorrow rely on good information today.

  • Specialty Care in Rural America

    Specialty care providers are in high demand, but there are too few to satisfy growing patient needs. In rural areas, there’s even higher demand — one less likely to be met as specialists remain concentrated in urban centers.

  • The Rural Healthcare Experience

    The struggles of rural residents seeking healthcare are often enough to dissuade them from taking an active role in their wellness. It’s up to providers to leverage technology to reduce barriers to access, navigate a simpler path to patient care, and create a better patient experience. It’s time to improve the rural healthcare experience.

  • Evident Effects: EHR and the Patient Experience

    With patient experience as the guiding metric for how providers administer care, electronic health records (EHR) are an increasingly integral tool for charting the course. From keeping patients informed about their health to making test results and imaging more accessible, EHR platforms help providers create the best possible patient experience.

  • Overcoming Technology Adoption Resistance in Rural Healthcare

    We tend to think of technology gaps between urban and rural in the context of consumer electronics, but as healthcare continues to go digital, rural populations are being left behind. There’s not just reluctance to modernize — there’s often resistance. No matter where it stems from, surmounting this resistance is key to helping rural populations access critical healthcare.

  • The Evolution of EHR

    Electronic health records (EHR) are critical for connecting patients, physicians, and data. As an essential part of the healthcare ecosystem, EHR platforms have come a long way since their inception.

  • EHR 101: Technology for Rural Healthcare

    Rural populations are often at a disadvantage when it comes to healthcare accessibility and quality. The secret to raising the standard of care and improving access for rural populations starts with electronic health records (EHR).

  • Evident Effects: EHR and the Provider Experience

    Healthcare providers are increasingly reliant on EHRs for facilitating a higher standard of patient care. For optimal results, an EHR must provide a seamless user experience for providers — from data entry and recall to record transmission and continuity of care.

  • Three Critical Features of Functional EHR

    As healthcare providers continue to adopt electronic health records (EHR) as part of their approach to patient care and administration, EHR platforms must deliver essential functional features for seamless technology integration.

  • Staffing Shortages and Rural Healthcare

    Healthcare staff shortages are a nationwide concern — particularly in rural areas. There simply aren’t enough doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals to go around. Provider shortages have a ripple effect on rural healthcare, with complications for patient quality of life, financial health, and independence.

  • A Tale of Two Worlds: Urban vs. Rural Medical Care

    Significant disparities in medical care exist between urban and rural areas. From accessibility to equipment and even providers, the caliber of care for rural populations is rife with challenges, but medical technology is making significant strides to improve both the quality and accessibility of rural care.





Tracey Schroeder