EHR Mantras For Going Beyond Meaningful Use
The $44,000 stimulus per provider via Medicare and $64,000 via Medicaid is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the manifold benefits of using a comprehensively equipped EHR
How Clinics Can Leverage Social Media: Being an Online Shaman
For a long while it was felt that the medical profession was one way or another prisoner to the so-called Parkinson’s Law, proposed by the scholar of public
Partnering With a Billing Consultant Is a Winning Move For Better EMR Adoption
It was believed that the EHR-Healthcare marriage would mature over time with both developing an appreciation of each other. But surprisingly the following statistics gleaned
Let’s spend a minute here on testing our EMR Implementation Awareness:
What’s the most cost-intensive area when you start implementing an EMR system? It is…..
A. The actual software.
B. Computers and Servers.
C. Configuring the EMR.
D. Transition Management.
All those who
HIPAA Omnibus and why it can affect your practice!
As the final HIPAA rules were released, it caused major ripples across the industry. It lays strict emphasis on the usage and acquirement of protected health information. But of
The Story in Short:
Few these days can argue against the truth that EHRs have become an indispensable part of the healthcare delivery system. But like any new-age technological advancement, they have their set of pros and cons,
The answer to the above question may be a resounding “yes”. A study done as far back as a decade ago showed that EHR usage reduces the malpractice liability by 80%. And things have indeed come a
Clinical Practice Doomsday?
It looks like the world may not end after all in a ball of fire or the ground opening up and swallowing everything above it. You are thankful that the Mayan High Priests may have
The Case For Cloud Based EHRs in Medical Billing – An infographic by the team at Physician Practice Revenue Cycle Managment Services
EMRs, when they first emerged, were indeed great news for the medical profession as
As per a recent research conducted by the Seattle Children’s Hospital, East Carolina University and the American Academy of Pediatrics, pediatricians health IT adoption rates are very less.
The survey cites that pediatricians are 1-2 years behind other