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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.
Why Key Performance Indicators (KPI)? It is becoming proven that any business should be tracking and analyzing those unique factors that are relevant to the success of their organization through their key performance indicators (KPI).
If you're a physician, nurse, or another type of healthcare provider, you know what a huge burden prior authorization can be as it's extremely time-consuming. In fact, almost 90 percent of doctors have reported that prior authorization has become worse over the last five years. Here's what you need to know about prior authorization, along with the importance of choosing the best electronic prior authorization software.
There are many aspects of MACRA, and it's important you're familiar with all of them.
Moving into the Future as Predicted in Science Fiction Innovative solutions continue to develop through advanced technology. It is looking more and more like we are on course to arrive in the future when Dr. McCoy quickly waves his infamous diagnostic tool over an endeared crew member to make a quick diagnosis and treat his comrade. If you haven't heard about it, this technology has been conquered. There is one thing we know for sure, technology is propelling us into the future.
When ADS began in 1977 “mips” was a typo for “maps.” A “good patient experience” meant he or she survived. “Mobility” meant you were able to make an appointment from a pay phone.
If you're a medical professional, you probably know by now that since the beginning of 2019, PQRS, which is an acronym for Physician Quality Reporting System, has been replaced with MIPS. Maybe you've heard about these changes but aren't sure how they can improve your practice. Here's what you need to know about MIPS and its benefits, along with the importance of having the software for tracking composite scores.
It takes a lot of time and dedication to run a successful radiology practice. Many practices rely on obsolete systems based on paper to maintain files on patients and organize their work. These practices are at a severe disadvantage compared to practices which use a radiology information system.
Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) is an expensive, complex, but nonetheless critical element of every healthcare operation. Mismanaged RCM operations can result in higher staff turnover, reduced patient satisfaction, crippled healthcare processes, mounting debt, damaged reputations, and poor revenue. RCM is difficult to effectively implement. Fortunately, there are modern, 21st-century solutions to the RCM dilemma that enable healthcare organizations to harness the power of technology to disentangle their RCM processes and boost their revenue.
Medics FlowText: The Technology to Scale Your Clinic Process Voice-navigated charting has come a long way. We want clinicians to see how more efficient charting can be with our Medics FlowText application. First, let's look at what is powering our voice-recognition dictation.
IT streamlines back-office and other administrative tasks for physicians David Barzillai, founder and president, Advanced Data Systems Corp.
Do you own or manage a large radiology business and are noticing a decline in your patient population? Or maybe your problem is not being able to maintain a competent workforce. If these issues describe you, your dilemma could be linked to using outdated ways for keeping records. More and more healthcare professionals are becoming aware of the need for modernizing how records are kept by using a state-of-the-art radiology information system (RIS). Here are some of the pros and cons of a radiology information system and its software, along with a few considerations and warnings. What Is a Radiology Information System? Even though radiology information systems were first introduced in the 1980s, many people are still unfamiliar with them. Basically, a radiology information system is a software system used to manage medical data and imagery. It's used to track radiology, imaging orders and billing information. The system allows you to combine several functions into a single comprehensive system.