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The latest in all things RCM, Electronic Health Records, Radiology Information Systems, Practice Management, Medical Billing, Value-Based Care, & Healthcare IT.

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Electronic Health Records | Industry News | Healthcare Advice | Radiology Information System

PACS: What It Is and How It Works Together With Radiology Information Systems (RIS)

By: Advanced Data Systems Corporation
August 21st, 2019

If you work in radiology or in another healthcare field, you probably hear a lot of "shop talk" or medical lingo that can seem like a foreign language to people outside the medical community. Two medical jargon familiar to most radiologists and physicians are PACS and RIS. Here's how PACS is related to radiology and how a PACS and a RIS (Radiology Information System) can work together for the benefit of radiologists, practitioners, hospitals and their patients.

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Medical Billing / RCM

MedicsRCM: The Complete Healthcare RCM Technology and Service

By: Marc Klar
July 31st, 2019

Reimbursements and Impatient Receivables Not a typo. With insurance reimbursements decreasing, providers are becoming impatient about ever-increasing patient responsibility amounts after insurance. Two things are needed: a way to ensure maximizing insurance reimbursements without over-coding, and an ability to accurately determine - in advance - what the patient will owe.

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What Is MACRA?

What Is MACRA?

There are many aspects of MACRA, and it's important you're familiar with all of them.

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Industry News | Radiology Information System | Radiology History

How Have Radiology and Radiology Systems Evolved?

By: Advanced Data Systems Corporation
July 24th, 2019

Beginning with the x-ray, Radiology has become a vital part of diagnosis. Radiology is the science and technology of using forms of radiation or energy for which the body is partly transparent to image the organs inside. The contents of the body are shown by shadows on recording media. Although ultrasound is not a form of radiation, the category of radiology also includes the use of ultrasound or focused high-frequency sound which images internal organs using echoes that are traced precisely enough to form an interpretative image. Modern radiology also makes use of the magnetic properties of the body's own molecules to generate magnetic resonance images (MRIs), but this is a very recent development.

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Industry News | Healthcare Advice | mental health

5 Behavioral Health Trends for 2019

By: Advanced Data Systems Corporation
July 17th, 2019

Behavioral health is particularly topical, as the mind-body connection continues to be unraveled in new and fascinating ways. Here are 5 trends you will see at the forefront of behavioral health this year.

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Industry News | Healthcare Advice | Radiology Information System | Patient Portal

The Forecasted RIS Vendors by Market Segment

By: Advanced Data Systems Corporation
July 10th, 2019

The Basics of the Radiology Information System Every Radiology Information System (RIS) gives a radiology department the means to track their patients' workflow. Every RIS should include the basic features to increase the efficiency of patient flow.

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Industry News | Radiology Information System | Patient Portal | Radiology History

A Radiology Information System Overview

By: Advanced Data Systems Corporation
July 3rd, 2019

What Is a Radiology Information System (RIS)? Radiology information systems (also referred to as RIS) are networked software systems designed to manage medical imagery and the associated data that comes along with it. There are several basic functions that comprise an RIS.

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Medical Billing / RCM | Finances | Electronic Medical Record

Medical Billing Is Only Part of the Revenue Management Cycle

By: Advanced Data Systems Corporation
June 26th, 2019

Medical Billing: Claim Submission and Follow Up "Medical billing is the process of submitting and following up on claims with health insurance companies in order to receive payment for services rendered," as stated on HBMA. Without submitting clean claims on a timely basis, it doesn't matter how many patients you see or how many services you render.

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Medical Billing / RCM | Electronic Health Records | Radiology Information System | Patient Portal

What Top Radiology Information Systems All Have in Common

By: Advanced Data Systems Corporation
June 19th, 2019

Radiology Information Systems (RIS) are essential software tools for radiological centers, groups, and clinics. Besides providing the software to securely store and access images and videos from scans, what do all the top RISs have in common?

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Healthcare Advice | Value-Based Care | Patient Portal | Medical Practice

10 Tips to Grow Your Medical Practice in 2019

By: Advanced Data Systems Corporation
June 12th, 2019

Even though medical professionals undergo many years of education and training, most of them aren't trained on how to successfully run their own business. Unlike just a few decades ago, attracting new patients today to a medical practice can be more complex. This is mainly because of the digital age in which we live. However, with the right strategies and tools, you can grow your practice. Here are 10 basic tips on how to grow your medical practice in 2019, along with a few considerations and warnings.

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Electronic Health Records | Medical Practice | Practice Management System | Electronic Medical Record

EMR vs. PMS: Integrated Together Increases Practice Efficiencies

By: Advanced Data Systems Corporation
June 5th, 2019

The Two Departments of a Medical Practice In the most common medical practices, whether general practice or a specialty practice, the office usually functions as two departments: the clinical staff and the administrative staff, as found on Chron. As mentioned, some practices may have "clinic heads and ancillary clinic providers".

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